Rescue Puppy Featured In Betty White Oscar Tribute Adopted By John Travolta’s Son

 A homage to Betty White at the 94th Academe Awards on Sunday ended in the paw-fect way with a deliverance pup chancing a ever home. 


 Betty White will always be remembered for her love for pets and her iconic places over the times. Fellow actress, Jamie Lee Curtis, took to the stage to recognize her friend while holding a deliverance pup named Mac N Rubbish. 

“ Oh, Betty. We love you so. We miss you. The dogs miss you more. They know how important you loved them. I ’m veritably happy we were suitable to recognize YOU AND I give the world a doggy regard into the power of the face of a little deliverance pup who's just looking for love and family and safety and warmth. Thank you for being a friend to all of us and all of them and thank you to @pawworks and @theacademy for creating THIS moment,” Curtis posted on Instagram. 


 The sweet doggy stole everyone’s heart and by Monday  had a loving home. She was espoused by John Travolta’s 11- time-old son, Ben. 

John Travolta posted the happy news on Instagram and wrote, “ Ben espoused this canine from last nights Oscar homage to Betty White. Thank you @curtisleejamie & @pawworks.” 


 Thousands thanked the youthful boy for espousing and Michelle Pfeiffer wrote, “Aw.lucky boy. Lucky canine. ❤️” 

Jamie Lee Curtis was excited by the news and posted a print of the Pulp Fabrication actor holding the pup confidentially. 


 She complimented the family on their new addition and called it, “ A MAGICAL ending to the story from last night.” She went on to praise the deliverance, Paw Works, and all the other beast rescues out there. 

There are innumerous pets and pussycats staying in harbors around the country for a loving home, so please borrow don’t shop! 

 Follow Paw Workshop on Instagram to see further lovable puppies  looking for  homes. 

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