Amanda Seyfried has advocated for the adoption of rescue animals and has a rescue donkey on her family’s farm.
Amanda Seyfried adopted her dog, Finn, when she met him on the set of the television series “Big Love.” Up for adoption, Finn was only meant to be adopted by Seyfried, but she quickly knew that she needed him in her life. Seyfried has since partnered with and supported the Best Friends Animal Society, a pet adoption nonprofit, according to People. She has helped raise awareness of the number of animals in shelters waiting to be rescued.
“We don’t need commercial reproduction, we just don’t,” Seyfried told People.
“People think they won’t be easy to train behaviorally, or that they’re emotionally unstable, but that can be true of any animal,” he added, noting that less desirable older dogs generally don’t need training.
In a 2019 interview with Express, Seyfried said that he had been living on a farm in upstate New York with his family and Finn. Seyfried shared that she has chickens, goats, horses, cats, rabbits, a turtle, and an adopted donkey.
“He’s a rescue, he was abused and he had bad legs, but now he’s been feeling safe for a year, so he’s fine,” he said of the donkey.
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