Last month, we fell in love with all the picture and videos that Sir Patrick Stewart shared of him with his foster Pitbull Ginger, but this story has a saddish ending. The actor’s wife Sunny Ozell revealed that they did not adopt their best friend. She explained on Facebook why they could not keep the sweet girl.
Patrick and I said goodbye to Ginger last week. We had fallen madly in love, and had explored every possibility of getting her to the U.K. (where we’d be able to give her the kind of life she deserves), but alas the Breed Specific Legislation in place there really made it ultimately impossible. We could not bear to take a risk with her life, knowing that she has a bright future ahead of her even if she’s not “ours”. She will forever be a light of my life, and we’ll be keeping in touch with her as much as possible. Fostering is a remarkable experience, and I would absolutely encourage anyone considering it to take the plunge. Thank you again to the beautiful @aspca and the brave @wagsandwalks for giving us such a profound opportunity. #GingerGurl #adoptdontshop #fosteringsaveslives #pibbles #NoBSL
I am sure whoever gives Ginger a furever home will love her as much as the Stewarts do. It is such a shame that the breed is banned in England. I know people see them as ferocious dogs, but everyone I know who has one says they are the sweetest most lovable pups. Some people abused a few of them and the whole breed goes down with them. We need to reevaluate how we look at Pitbulls, so that they can find furever homes all over the World.
Sir Patrick Stewart recently decided to foster a pitbull named Ginger and it was love at first bark. Since he agreed to take care of her temporarily, he has shared several arfdorable videos of them together. They have gotten so close, the puppy has even replaced his wife as his bed buddy.
Yesterday, he posted a video of them going for a walk, and she is the captain of the spaceship. Captain Pupcard pushed Captain Picard as though she was the bitch in charge, which in reality she is.
If Stewart doesn’t give her his furever home as their own, I am going to cry the day she leaves to her new one. They are just so cute together, I want them to get a sitcom together.
Sir Patrick Stewart is one of the most loved actors of today; and just when you thought that there was no way he could be even more lovable, he finds a way.
The 💩 Emoji is fostering a Pitbull named Ginger and the two of them already have a special bond. He has posted several videos of this on Instagram, but the two of them sleeping together is best one of them all.
It is Monday and we all need something to make us a little bit happier about the work week and this is it Well, that and it makes you want to crawl right back in to bed with that someone special like he was doing.
When it comes to Ginger, I hope he keeps her. As you can see she is a real bitch, a female dog in love with her master! And he loves her just as much!
When you think of Sir Patrick Stewart, you think of a man who just recently found out that he wasn’t circumcised.
Sorry, that is how I think of him. You actually think of him as a dignified actor. Well, that is not always the case like in American Dad and Blunt Talk, but still. And soon we will see him in his sh!tiest role to date because he is playing 💩 in The Emoji Movie. I think the role should’ve gone to Seth Rogen because his voice sounds like that to me, but instead it went to a classy sounding British guy.
As we know he sounds classy, but he also has a wicked sense of humor to go with it. Yesterday, when he was on The Late Show, Stephen Colbert asked him about playing 💩. Here’s what the Sir told him, “I think she (The Queen of England) will approve because she will know, for me, poop, has been…a life long work in progress.” Then he explained why this role is method for him, “Totally internal until it is external…But you see, when I was an infant, of course, it was more spontaneous. But what is interesting in my teens, it took a kind of, umm, comedic spurt. It was low farce rather than high comedy. But as I matured, so did my output.”
With that answer, I cannot see anyone but him playing 💩. That is because that response was full of so much 💩, how can anyone else but him voice the role of a lifetime. It could easily be on his tombstone in 100 years from now, “Here lies a 💩”.
In case you couldn’t tell the 💩 is my favorite emoji. Therefore, I am happy one my favorite actors is playing him.