Derrick Nnadi Celebrates Super Bowl Win by Paying Adoption Fees for Over 100 Shelter Dogs

Feb 5, 2020 at 9:20 AM--

Wibbitz Studio - Derrick Nnadi Celebrates Super Bowl Win by Paying Adoption Fees for Over 100 Shelter Dogs - Derrick Nnadi Celebrates Super Bowl Win by Paying Adoption Fees for Over 100 Shelter Dogs Nnadi and his NFL team, the Kansas City Chiefs, recently won Super Bowl LIV against the San Francisco 49ers. In honor of his Super Bowl win, Nnadi decided to pay the adoption fee for every dog at the KC Pet Project animal shelter. Tori Fugate, KC Pet Project CCO, to CNN That's an estimated $15,000 donated, as the average adoption fee for each of the available dogs is $150. Since the Super Bowl, at least 60 dogs have already found their forever homes thanks to Nnadi. The KC Pet Project has been partnered with the Derrick Nnadi Foundation since 2019. According to CNN, Nnadi's love for his own dog, Rocky, inspired him to help other animals. Derrick Nnadi, via CNN

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