John Travolta and his son adopt a dog presented at the Oscars

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Jamie Lee Curtis came with Mac N Cheese during the In Memoriam sequence devoted to Betty White.

John Travolta and his 11-year-old son, Ben, posted a photo with the little dog Jamie Lee Curtis was holding at the Oscars, pleading with the audience to adopt rather than go to breeders.

John Travolta and his 11-year-old son, Ben, posted a photo with the little dog Jamie Lee Curtis was holding at the Oscars, pleading with the audience to adopt rather than go to breeders.

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John Travolta adopted the dog that Jamie Lee Curtis brought with her on stage as she paid tribute to Betty White at the Oscars on Sunday March 27. The dog, named Mac N Cheese, was there to remind viewers of the late 2021 actress’ dedication to animals and to beg them to adopt rather than resort to breeders.

It looks like Mac N Cheese immediately caught the eye of John Travolta’s 11-year-old son Ben. The actor announced his adoption by sharing a photo of him and Ben with their new pet on social media the next day.

“I reconnected with my friend John Travolta”

Sharing the snap on her own account, Jamie Lee Curtis gloated: ‘A magical ending to last night’s story. At the Oscars, I reconnected with my friend John Travolta, she wrote. We starred in the movie ‘Perfect’ together in 1984. I had already left the Dolby Theater last night after honoring Betty White and was on my way home when someone sent me a picture of John holding little Mac N Cheese in the green room before he presents the Oscar for best actor.

“It’s a moving ending and a perfect tribute to Betty White,” she continued, citing several associations as “heroes.” “Rescuing animals and giving them shelter from the storms of life and a warm, loving home is one of the most important things in life that we humans can do!” she concluded.

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