“NCIS” alum Pauley Perrette might have the biggest heart of gold out of anyone in Hollywood. The former actress constantly shows her empathy and support for others via her Twitter account.
A lot of the time, she’ll post updates on the dogs she’s rescued, as well as other animal-related charity happenings. Recently, she went back to television for a fundraising telethon to help out the L.A. LGBT Center. And now, the “NCIS” alum is showing her support for Canadian motivational speaker Chris Koch. Koch also happens to be a quadruple amputee.
On his own Twitter page, Koch shared an incredible video of himself on a longboard, holding a baby. Koch apparently uses the longboard to move around, and the baby he held also appeared to be either a quadruple amputee or a child born with amelia.
Koch captioned the post, “I want you all to meet my new buddy Owen. The future is looking bright.”
The former “NCIS” star immediately quote tweeted Koch’s video with her own special message.
“OMG Chris! I love you so much brother!” Perrette wrote. “I want to SQUEEZE OWEN! And you! So cute!!! Love you!!!”
Nothing beats the looks of absolute, pure joy on Owen’s face as he cruises down the sidewalk with Koch. We understand why Perrette is completely smitten.
And so are the “NCIS” alum’s fans. Some of them took to the comments to thank Perrette for sharing the wholesome video.
“With friends like you guys, Owen will have a bright future. Great video. Thanks for sharing it,” Twitter user Michelle Fiedler wrote.
“Can not say who is happier it’s a close tie!” said fan Monica Selby.
‘NCIS’ Alum Pauley Perrette Lends Support to LEGBT Center in L.A.
While the former “NCIS” star confirmed that she’s retired from acting, she’s not afraid to hop on the silver screen in support of her favorite causes. One of those causes is helping LGBT people in California (and all over).
Earlier this month, Perrette appeared on a local telethon to share her support with the LGBT community. According to Express, the “NCIS” alum said, “I’ve been a part of the LGBT Center as a supporter [and] as a donor for a really long time. And it makes me really proud. It makes me really happy. And I’m asking you to join us. Join us in changing lives, in saving lives, and in supporting the people that really need our help. From out LGBT youth, our elderly LGBT, and everything in between – healthcare.”
The Center thanked Perrette for her participation via their own Twitter page.”Thank you #PauleyP for lending your voice and energy to tonight’s #LoveInAction telethon! We can feel your #love and #compassion! We can’t wait to see you again in person,” the Center wrote.
“Always. Love you all. Thanks to everyone who supported tonight. God Bless the @LALGBTCenter,” Perrette responded on her own account.