On February 2, 2020, over 100 million people were glued to their screens for the Super Bowl, waiting for the next winners to claim their victory. And just after Kansas City Chiefs triumphed, a wholesome post popped up on KC Pet Project’s Facebook timeline – Kansas City Chief’s defensive tackle, Derrick Nnadi, decided to celebrate the team’s success by helping out shelter dogs.
Yeah, Derrick Nnadi paid the adoption charges of all the dogs currently in the shelter. Thanks to him, over 100 pups are now free to foster from the shelter in Missouri.
Apparently, Kansan City Chief’s Defensive Tackle, Derrick Nnadi, Decided To Celebrate The Team’s Victory By Helping Out Shelter Dogs!
Plus! The Super Bowl Champion Told He Always Wanted To Adopt A Dog, But Couldn’t Have One As His Parents Didn’t Allow Pets:
And only in his senior year of college, Nnadi was able to adopt a four-legged buddy, Rocky, “When I first saw Rocky, he was very hesitant. It made me think of other beings, whether they’re owned or in a shelter, are feeling scared and alone.” Nnadi shared his inspiration for helping out other animals.
So, Like A Real Superhero, Nnadi Covered The Adoption Fees (An Average Of $150) Of All The Dogs (Over 100) Currently In The Shelter!
And the good news is, on the very first day of the sponsored adoption special, more than 30 dogs were adopted.