John Travolta and his son adopted such a wonderful puppy from the Oscars’ Betty White tribute

John Travolta’s family was replenished with a new furry creature

After meeting an incredibly beautiful stray doggy at the Oscars, John Travolta and his 11-year-old son named Ben, were inspired to adopt the cutie and Jamie Lee Curtis was the one, who assisted them in the process.

During the ceremony, Curtis went onto the stage with an incredibly wonderful little doggy named Mac & Cheese, in order to pay respect to the late Betty White, who had her great contribution and support in assisting countless dogs.

A few minutes later, someone sent a photo of Travolta gently stroking Mac & Cheese in the green room, before he received the award for best actor.

“It was so touching and sweet to see him with her, and then I found out that John and his kind-hearted son, Ben, have adopted the wonderful little cutie pie and are taking such a proper care of her.” – told Curtis.


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Not only Travolta’s fans, but also many other celebrities, expressed their great delight in the comments section.

“Aww…what a lucky boy. What a lucky puppy! “Michelle Pfeiffer penned the piece.

“Did he name it Betty?” asked Debi Mazar.

Travolta’s 21-year-old daughter, Ella Travolta, also commented on her father’s post with three heart emoji, showing her endless love.

It’s such a wonderful phenomenon to see and feel the love and sympathy that people have towards our furry companions. That’s incredibly touching!

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