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Simon Cowell Adopts Two Puppy Dogs And Posts Pics To Twitter

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, October 7th, 2013 in Animal Issues, Celebrity Tweets.

Simon Cowell

Simon Cowell has delivered on the promise he made to his Twitter followers earlier in September.

The X Factor and former American Idol judge announced he was going to adopt a pair of dogs and invited fans to make suggestions on where to go.

“I am going to get two dogs when I get back. Probably cairn terriers. If any rescue shelters have some who need a home let me know.”


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Simon Cowell Draws Criticism For Painting Sheep For “Red Or Black”

Written by Vegetarian Star on Tuesday, June 28th, 2011 in Animal Issues, Film & TV.

Simon Cowell

Horses breathed a sigh of relief once they learned Selena Gomez wasn’t going to embarass them by painting them pink for her new music video, “Love You Like A Love Song.”

Now sheep must make a run for it or risk being spray painted for a new Simon Cowell show in the UK.


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Simon Cowell 51st Birthday Prompts 51 Pet Sterilization Surgeries

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, October 7th, 2010 in Animal Issues, TV Hosts.

Simon Cowell

Simon Cowell is a year older, and unfortunately, Americans will no longer be able to follow him into his golden years on American Idol now that he’s left the show.

However, animal lovers know Cowell never gave an animal a bad review about its performance, numerously citing his love for pets and being the face behind several campaigns regarding their welfare, such as not leaving dogs in hot cars and working with the World Society for the Protection of Animals in hopes of getting universal protection for them.

PETA decided to celebrate Cowell’s 51st birthday by spaying and neutering 51 animals in their “Spay and Neuter Immediately, Please!” (SNIP) mobile veterinary clinic.


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“I’ve always loved animals. When I was growing up, we had pets, and I was taught early on that you have to respect animals. All of the animals I have ever known, especially dogs, either like someone or they don’t. They can run up to some people and lick them, yet with others they just walk off because they are nervous. I always think that kind of thing probably says a lot. I honestly believe they have a sense about people and what they are like. But their charm is also their trust; when you have a pet, they have to trust you to take care of them. And that’s why I get so angry when you see animals hurt by [guardians] whom they trust.”


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John Tartaglia “Animals Matter To Me” PSA For WSPA (Video)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 in Actors, Animal Issues, Male Singers, Videos.

John Tartaglia

John Tartaglia, actor and singer known for his roles in the Broadway plays like “Avenue Q”, has joined the ranks of celebrities like Leona Lewis and Simon Cowell to put his face on the Animals Matter to Me campaign from the World Society for the Protection of Animals. The campaign calls for international recognition of laws to protect animal welfare and end animal cruelty.

Tartaglia has two Cocker Spaniel rescue dogs that are also disabled, Dora and Parker, along with two shelter cats, Mia and Shanti.


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2009 UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Dave Lieberman, Food Network chef and co-author of The 10 Things You Need To Eat, is taking cooking to a whole new healthy level by incorporating more of what he calls “super foods” into his regime.

This includes using quinoa in many dishes and putting vegetables in desserts.

“Veggies like beets are actually a great thing to add to desserts because they not only make them moist and more delicious, but add fiber and vitamins,” Lieberman said. “Plus, if you use canned beets you get all of the flavor and nutrition for a lot less money, and they are easier to mash.”

Lieberman is so confident in his cooking skills for quinoa, he says not to bother following the instructions on the quinoa package, and instead refer to his book to avoid that “soggy” quinoa outcome.

Great way to increase sales!

Quinoa and beets are two top super foods you’ll want to add to your pantry, even if you don’t buy a copy of Lieberman’s book.

Quinoa is a great source of magnesium, which helps maintain healthy blood pressure, and contains all nine essential amino acids.

In addition to being blood pressure helpers, beets are high in folate, a must have for women of child bearing age and a key in regenerating new cells and preventing DNA damage that causes cancer.

Plus, a 2009 British study showed beet juice may increase workout stamina by 16%.


Will beet juice be next on Simon Cowell‘s list of mixed vegetable drinks to try?

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Simon Cowell's Sweet Afternoon With Mezhgan Hussainy!

Simon Cowell is worried about his thighs before his big wedding to Mezhgan Hussainy.

The X Factor and American Idol judge has been reportedly drinking several fruit and vegetable mix shakes every day in an effort to slim down.

Cowell has lost 12 pounds from his homemeade V8 efforts.

According to The Mirror, Cowell said, “I am vain. I’m obsessed with my weight,” which explains why he has no issues downing 200 ml mixes of “spinach and banana” drinks.

Not that Popeye’s food and Chiquita Organic aren’t good.

But as a couple, their compatibility is questionable.

Admittedly, the drinks sound like a great way to get servings of produce in, especially for a guy who’s so committed to bettering the environment, he’s giving Meat Free Mondays a try.

And all the good looking gents are doing this, as Peter Max can’t get enough of his salad in a glass either.

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Simon Cowell Records WSPA “Animals Matter To Me” Video

Written by Vegetarian Star on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 in Animal Issues, TV Hosts, Videos.

Simon Cowell has recorded a video for the World Society for the Protection of Animals for their “Animals Matter To Me” campaign.

The WSPA is calling on all governments to agree to what is known as the Universal Declaration of Animal Welfare, which would recognize animals suffer and feel pain.

“I think animals deserve more protection,” Simon says in the video. “I don’t understand how anybody can get pleasure from hunting or killing animals.”

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