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Watch for Bob Barker on "The Bold and the Beautiful" this week. He'll be playing himself, but rallying for the animals. Please spay and neuter your pets and help fight the battle of pet overpopulation.
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The 90-year-old animal lover Bob Barker will be making a special guest star appearance beginning Wednesday, Apr. 30 on the CBS soap opera, "The Bold and the Beautiful." During his three-day cameo appearance, he will be interviewed about pet overpopulation and of course, by playing himself, will be reminding everyone to spay and neuter their pets reported

"Animals can't speak for themselves; they depend on us to protect them," stated Barker as he prepared to "assume his role" in rehearsal with "Lucky Dog" star Brandon Miller and Los Angeles Councilman Bernard Parks on the long running soap.

Although Barker, in his usual humble demeanor, stated he wasn't bold nor beautiful, he did admit at one time to having been very cute.

Barker continues to make significant strides in the war against pet overpopulation and animal cruelty by donating thousands to rescue organizations.

And more good news; as a result of the segment filmed at the South Los Angeles Animal Shelter, two dogs and one cat were adopted by crew and acting members of "The Bold and the Beautiful." Scott Clifton adopted a cat and named him Walter White. Stage manager Laura Yale fell in love with a dog now named Molly, and supervising producer Edward Scott and his wife, actress Melody Thomas Scott, adopted a dog named Reilly.

Please adopt your next four-legged friend from a nearby rescue or shelter. Be their voice, and give them the second chances they all deserve.

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