Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness Adopts Dog From Texas Animal Rescue
The arguably most fabulous of the Queer Eye bunch has a new family member he adopted from the Lone Star state. Jonathan Van Ness from Netflix's "Queer Eye For The Straight Guy" always makes a splash where ever he is. He's a joyful supportive person who is always willing to go above and beyond to help individuals featured on the show. The next season of the show began filming in Austin and there were several Queer Eye sightings around Austin, exciting many Texas fans. But then the coronavrius pandemic hit the United States and filming for the show shut down. We don't know if the show began filming again in the city, but it looks like at least one member of the Queer Eye crew is back in the city, opening up his heart and his home to a furry, new family member.
Jonathan Van Ness stopped by the Austin Pets Alive animal rescue and decided to welcome a new pooch into his home. The rescue posted a photo of Van Ness and his new dog on their Facebook page:
"Congratulations to our newest celebrity adopter Jonathan Van Ness! Pablo's life is about to get so much more fabulous."
Even while wearing his face mask, you can clearly see how excited Jonathan is to have his new dog in his home. Congratulations to Jonathan and his new dog! Every season of Queer Eye has had a worker's dog making cameos on the show like Bruno the sweet french bulldog. Bruno sadly passed away in a past season and many of the viewers adored that sweet pooch. Now, we're hoping we'll be able to see glimpses of Pablo on the Austin season of the show. Check out the sweet photo of Jonathan and Pablo below.