As the proud mom of ten rescue dogs, Ariana Grande has decided to open an animal rescue shelter of her own.
Less than a month since the release of her new album Positions, the pop princess shared the news on social media channels on 11 November, announcing the launch of her new nonprofit organisation, Orange Twins Rescue, based in Los Angeles, California.
Along with a preview of the website, she tweeted, “We are so happy, proud, and excited. Our site coming soon.”
we are so happy, proud and excited 🐈🐕 our site comin soon 🔜 follow @/orangetwinsrescue on instagram for more ☁️ pic.twitter.com/lhCVfg6Fj4— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 11, 2020
In response to the announcement, fans have flocked to show their support for the movement. PETA, an American animal rights organisation, also gave its nods of approval by referencing her new track 'just like magic' from the Positions album.
this is so cute 🥺 i recently just took in a stray cat i love her sm thanku so much for doing this ariana, the animals need to be loved 🤍🤍— ellie ❀ (@povelliee) November 11, 2020
proud of y’all ! can’t wait for the launch :) it’s sweet that y’all are doing this— ً (@posjtions) November 11, 2020
❤️🐶 Your compassion is ✨🎶 just like magic 🎶✨ bringing hope to animals everywhere! Thank you for helping them find homes and inspiring so many people to adopt 💕— PETA (@peta) November 11, 2020
Orange Twins Rescue is most likely a collaboration with Grande's long-time dancers, Brian and Scott Nicholson, who are a pair of twin brothers that have stuck with her since the beginning of her music career, which also explains the name.
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In her Instagram post, she tags both of them and includes a shoutout to the official Instagram handle of @OrangeTwinsRescue. Before the announcement, the page has been active since December 2019, largely sharing about donation drives and adoption opportunities for the rescue animals.
While we await more information, stream Ariana Grande's sixth studio album, Positions: