Jonah Hill snuggles up next to his adorable new dog Fig and offers a heartfelt thank you to animal rescue: 'You gave me a massive gift
Jonah Hill snuggles up next to his adorable new dog Fig and offers a heartfelt thank you to animal rescue: ‘You gave me a massive gift’
Jonah Hill recently added a new four-legged family member to his pack.
And on Sunday, The Wolf of Wall Street star announced on Instagram that he adopted a Pit Bull Terrier named Fig from Love Leo Rescue in Santa Monica.
Hill has already been photographed taking his new pooch for a walk, alongside a dog trainer, in his Los Angeles neighborhood since the new year arrived.
New four-legged family member: On Sunday, Jonah Hill, 37, star announced on Instagram that he adopted a Pit Bull Terrier named Fig from Love Leo Rescue in Santa Monica
‘Thank you so much @loveleorescue you gave me a massive gift and I appreciate you and the work you and your foster parent volunteers do,’ the actor, writer and director gushed in the caption of a photo showing himself snuggled up with the charcoal grey dog.
He also shared a solo snap of Fig sitting in his dog bed inside his new forever home.
The shelter also shared a photo of Hill giving his new buddy a loving hug.
Center stage: The Superbad star also shared a solo snap of his new guy named Fig
Love Leo Rescue is a non-profit dog rescue in the Santa Monica neighborhood of Los Angeles that has volunteers who foster animals until people adopt them permanently
‘Fig is home! Thank you @jonahhill for choosing to #adoptnotshop. All the cool kids are doing it!!’ the shelter wrote in the caption.
‘This beautiful, extra cuddly, three-year-old pit bull was abandoned at a rural shelter during the holiday season. We are so happy she landed with where she did. Clearly it’s a love connection.’
Adopt not shop: Love Leo Rescue also shared a photo of Hill snuggling up to Fig when announcing the pair were a perfect match
The rescue went on to thank the other organizations and people that helped recover, transport and foster the good looking pooch: ‘It truly does take a village.’
‘Every shelter dog that’s adopted puts the squeeze on breeders (or greeders as we call them). We’re loving this adoption story and are so grateful we could be part of her journey. Happy life!’
Hill, 37, is best known for his roles that includes Superbad (2007), Knocked Up (2007), Moneyball (2011), 21 Jump Street (2012), The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), for which he was nominated for an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor, and Mid90s (2018) in his directorial debut.
Branched out: Hill wrote and made his directorial debut in 2018’s Mid90s