EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS: Shannon Elizabeth & Alyssa Milano On Saving Tragic Dog

Nov. 12 2009, Published 6:45 a.m. ET

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On Wednesday exclusively brought you the heart warming story of the little disabled dog Scooby-Roo and how Shannon Elizabeth and Alyssa Milano were using their celebrity and their hard earned cash to help the little mutt.

Now we can reveal why the two stars were so moved by the plight of the adorable pup.

Shannon Elizabeth tells, “The story and picture of Scooby-Roo broke my heart and I had to donate right away. Through the power of Twitter, money was raised to help this amazing doggie hopefully get everything he needs and so much more! I wish I could save every animal and give them every ounce of love within me because my heart truly lies within their paws.”

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And Alyssa Milano tells, “"I decided to help Scooby Roo because I watched his YouTube video and fell madly in love with his love of life. He is a beautiful creature that deserves the chance to live a fulfilling, happy life without pain and if I can help Fuzzy Rescue give that to him, I'm here."

As exclusively reported little Scooby-Roo was rescued from underneath a wrecked car in South Central. When he was discovered he was covered in blood, scrapes and wounds and missing two of his forelegs. Vets think that Scooby-Roo was born without his front legs and thus discarded by his family who no longer wanted him.


You too can do your bit to help. Donations can be sent to Fuzzy Rescue via Paypal. Checks may be written out to Fuzzy Rescue and sent to the following address: Fuzzy Rescue, 1158 26th Street #260, Santa Monica, CA 90403-4621.



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