Hollywood stars look very different from us, but in some ways they are just like us. Especially when it comes to pets. Whether the star is big or small, animals love her unconditionally and loving a pet is the best thing in the world. Recently, major movie star John Travolta posted a sweet video of his family’s rescue dog waking him up in the morning with lots of love and kisses.
Earlier this year, the Grease and Saturday Night Fever star warmed hearts when his family adopted a rescue dog named Mac-n-Cheese, which was introduced as a tribute to the late Mac-n-Cheese. The dog is now owned by Benjamin, the actor’s 11-year-old son, who has moved in with him. The dog, named “Peanut”, also seems to enjoy it.
In a recent video posted by Travolta on social media, Peanut gets on top of the actor in bed and begins licking his face. This just woke up Ben Peanut’s dog,” Travolta wrote in the video. He obviously appreciates the dog’s affection, as he says “I love you” and can’t help but smile at the dog’s kisses. Many celebrities reacted to the video, including daughter Ella and Hairspray’s Michelle Pfeiffer.
Even before Travolta welcomed Peanut, the latter had been seen by millions of people. The rescue dog was thrust into the limelight at this year’s awards show, hosted by actress Jamie Lee Curtis. The program included a memorial service and a special tribute to Betty White, who died on December 31 at the age of 99. Late Golden Girls star Ms Curtis, who was an animal advocate, including rescue dogs, brought her dog on stage.
She was more than a Golden Girl, Curtis writes in his tribute to White, she was a legend that lit up every room she walked into and brought a smile to everyone who saw her on screen. And for almost a century, she was a woman who cared deeply, day in and day out, not only for her two-legged friend, but also for animals like this girl. The greatest gift you can give Betty White is to open your heart and your home to a shelter dog like Mac N Cheese from Paw Works. So, Betty, thank you for being our friend.
The pup entertained audiences around the world and left a lasting impression on Travolta. She must have met her 1985 Perfection co-star and friend Curtis on the Oscars stage and couldn’t resist snapping a photo with the adorable rescue dog. As a result, Travolta decided to keep the dog for his son Benjamin, giving MacCheese a very Hollywood ending. In April, the dog was seen licking Benjamin’s face in a “Happy Easter” video message shared by Travolta, and Curtis was thrilled to see the rescue dog getting along with his new family.