Jennifer Aniston’s act of kindness in personal life gets recognized in special award close to home

The nonprofit organization, advocating for animal rights, explained that this award was for promoting adoption over shopping for pets, and

raising awareness for homeless animals to help them find homes.

PETA Senior Vice President Lisa Lange explained that the reason they decided to recognize Jennifer for the award was because she has: “proved that she’ll always be there for homeless animals by only adopting and never buying dogs or cats and using her massive platform to spotlight animals in need”.

“PETA urges everyone to follow her lead by finding their next friend at a shelter and notes that when you buy an animal, a homeless one loses his or her chance at a good home.”

Jennifer regularly reposts photos and videos of her three adopted dogs, Lord Chesterfield, Clyde and Sophie, in order to promote adoption. She previously owned two other dogs, Norman and Dolly, who died in 2011 and 2019 respectively.