September 14, 2015 | Posted in Breeds and Stars
“My dogs are my best friend, who are and will always be by my side.”
Who is Pamela Anderson? Pamela Anderson is a native of Canada; Pamela Denise Anderson was born in Ladysmith, British Columbia and later moved to the city of Vancouver. It was while she was attending a British Columbia Lions football game that Anderson was “discovered” in a most unusual way. Dressed in a Labatt’s Beer T-shirt, her image was put on the stadium’s widescreen. The fans cheered the beautiful girl, and she was brought down to the 50-yard line and introduced to the appreciative crowd. As a result, she was signed to a commercial contract with Labatt’s and became the company’s Blue Zone girl. The campaign was so popular that other commercials and advertising assignments for Anderson soon followed. Due to the recognition from these commercials, she was soon approached to do her first cover for Playboy Magazine. Pamela has since been on the cover again an astounding five times, more than any other woman in the magazine history.
With the success and recognition she garnered from Playboy, Anderson soon moved to Los Angeles, California where she spent two seasons in the top-ten ABC-TV situation comedy “Home Improvement” (1991), as Lisa, the Tool Time Girl. It was on “Home Improvement” that she captured the attention and affection of viewing audiences, nationwide. At the same time, Anderson was cast as C.J. Parker on the internationally successful series “Baywatch” (1989), but because of the impossible scheduling requirements of working on two series, she eventually left “Home Improvement” and remained full-time on “Baywatch”. Baywatch made her famous and she is considered one of the most popular stars of her time.
Did you know…?
Anderson has been a lifelong vegetarian and is currently the honorary chairperson for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Pamela Anderson, once even refused to play next to a live dog in one of her films, as one of the guiding principles of animal protection organization PETA is that all animals are prohibited from using in the movies. Pamela even got rid of her favorite UGG shoes, made of sheepskin, which became very famous after the release of television series “Baywatch”, where she often was walking around in her favorite red swimwear and those boots.
A True Dog Lover at Heart
Pamela Anderson has always been a lover of animals. Anderson the former Baywatch beauty is an animal rights activist. This summer, Pamela Anderson was helping animal organizations in an effort to rescue abandoned dogs in New Orleans, Louisiana following the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Anderson helped with the relocation of 50 pups from the southern state to Virginia. Once the canines get to Virginia, they will be put up for adoption and “hopefully” they will find another loving home.
Before You Go To a Pet Store to Buy a Pet, Consider Adopting
Everywhere you go; there are hundreds of dog’s homeless and in shelters. These dogs need good homes where they can be loved and cared for by good people, who appreciate and respect dogs.
Pamela Anderson – Crisis Brings Out the Best in People
The crisis in Louisiana is prompting people to open their hearts and doors to animals in trouble. On August 2, 2013, officials at the Humane Society of Louisiana called PETA members to help them. They were pleading for help after an oil spill evacuation left hundreds of dogs stranded. While Pamela was there, she even adopted two dogs of her own.
What Pamela Anderson Thinks of Dogs
“Dogs are the same social creatures, like humans, they also want the company and attention. Animals always give us love, which you can never have too much”, – says Pamela. My dogs are my best friend, who are and will always be by my side.
WooFStoria Tip for Day
Dogs are full of love and they will bring joy and happiness into your life. If you are looking to get a dog, you may want to consider adopting. The best place to find a dog or puppy is your local animal shelter or breed rescue group. They have plenty of purebreds, mixed-breeds, big dogs and little dogs. You are bound to find the dog of your dreams there. In addition, when you adopt from a shelter or rescue group, you will give a dog a second chance at finding a home and you will not add to the nation’s pet overpopulation problem. The reality is that an estimated 3.7 million unwanted pets must be euthanized at animal shelters every year. The reason for this is that they could not find families to adopt them. So considering adopting a dog before buying.