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Pop singer Ariana Grande announced that she is opening an animal rescue center on her Instagram this week.
Orange Twins Rescue will open its doors in Los Angeles, California, with the mission of “defending and saving any animal in need”.
Grande told her 206 million Instagram followers that she was “ so happy, proud and excited ” for the launch. Reports suggest the singer owns nearly a dozen rescued pets.
Grande directed her Instagram followers to her hub’s page and said a website “ will be available soon. ”
Orange Twins Rescue has already garnered more than 50,000 Instagram followers, which means unwanted animals in the Los Angeles area could be caught in no time.
But animal rights activists have warned pets are “ for life, not just for quarantine. ”
It comes as the current covid-19 crisis has seen an increase in animal adoptions in the UK and the US.
Is Ariana Grande vegan?
Despite promoting a “ whole plant-based diet ” in the past, Grande is not 100% vegan.
Fans castigated her last year after promoting a Starbucks drink that contained egg whites.
Grande posted a photo of herself with the drink and tagged #trythesoyversion – only for the company to confirm that it was not possible to make the drink vegan.