‘The Blacklist’ star Amir Arison’s next project? ‘Clear the Shelters’ Pet Adoption Campaign

Amir Arison, who starred in The black list from Season 1 until his departure at the end of Season 9 as FBI Special Agent Aram Mojtabai and currently leads the new The kite runner Broadway stage production, has joined NBCUniversal Local’s 2022 “Clear the Shelters” pet donation and adoption campaign, TV Insider has learned exclusively.

Arison will serve as spokesperson for the campaign, which runs from August 1-31, as well as host of the Clear The Shelters TV special. The show will recap the eighth annual initiative and share heartwarming adoption stories. More information about the show, which will air on NBC and COZI TV stations, will be announced during the campaign. Since its inception in 2015, Clear The Shelters has helped over 700,000 animals find new homes, including over 140,000 during the 2021 campaign. You can visit ClearTheShelters.com for more information, as well as to adopt a pet or donate to a shelter or rescue in your community.

Amir Arison

“I’m more than honored to help clean up the shelters,” Arison said. “When we rescued Reina, my perfect little dog, my life changed forever and I can’t imagine life without her. Reina makes the house feel like home. With so many sweet souls in need , fostering and adopting pets not only helps shelters, but gives so many dogs and cats new homes, and it will give your life a whole new dimension of love.

He continued: “It may seem like there’s nothing cuter than a puppy or a kitten, but there’s nothing sweeter than saving a life – adopt, don’t buy. In August, let’s all help clean the shelters and beyond. Let’s help all these animals in need, I promise you won’t regret it. Reina has changed my life, and I know your new furry baby family member will change yours.

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As part of the month-long Clear The Shelters campaign, NBC and Telemundo-owned and affiliated stations in the United States and Puerto Rico are partnering with more than 1,000 animal shelters and rescue services in their communities to promote the adoption of pets and raise funds to support animal welfare. . It will also feature online donations through Greater Good Charities, a global non-profit organization, and The Animal Rescue Site, which will organize fundraising and cover all transaction costs, allowing 100% of donations to go directly to shelters and rescues in need.

Virtual pet adoptions will also be available again through partner WeRescue. The app allows users to search for adoptable pets in their area by breed, gender, size, and other factors, submit adoption requests, and ask questions directly to shelters through the app.

Hill’s Pet Nutrition, a world leader in science-based pet nutrition, returns as a National Sponsor for a fifth consecutive year. Global animal health company Zoetis, maker of Simparica Trio and Apoquel, joined this year as a national sponsor. The Dodo, the leading pet and companion brand, is an exclusive media partner for the sixth campaign.

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