The renowned actor Robert Downey, who represents Ironman in the Marvel saga – has shown his most altruistic side by demonstrating his tender and true love for animals.
The superhero captivated his followers by revealing his most human side, showing how he treats the pets he rescued.
Robert also played the famous Doctor Dolittle, a veterinary doctor who managed to talk to animals. For him it will not have been a difficult role at all, since the subject of talking with them in his daily life is not a fiction, since several rescued animals of various species live in his house in Malibu.
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Downey and his wife Susan rescued two cats that from the first moment became a member of their family.
Monty and D’Artagnan are the names of the two felines that were taken in by the famous Hollywood actor.
The Ironman actor confessed that he cannot conceive of his life without the animals he has rescued
In the year 2017, he rescued Moly, a black cat who needed the opportunity of a warm home where he was offered protection and love, after facing a harsh past.
Moly is nice and friendly, he has always been pleased to have the affection of his family that loves him so much.
Regarding D’Artagnan, Susan commented that he is a cat that is sometimes difficult to understand, so it is difficult for them to know if he is happy or in a bad mood.
They describe him as a very sleepy cat , who interacts happily with the rest of the pets in the house, despite his particular character.
Robert confessed that he initially refused to adopt rescued animals because he was very sad about the situation they faced, but he couldn’t resist taking them in forever.
Now he says he couldn’t live without them.
In addition to cats and dogs, there are also alpacas in the Downey house, who have taken them in after hard pasts and live as pampered pets.
The actor’s mansion has several large green areas where animals enjoy as if they were in their natural habitat.
The house has given much to talk about for being built with a theme of sustainable architecture, where goats, chickens, pigs and even cows cohabit.
Robert Downey announced that he adopted a plant-based diet after becoming aware of the unfair treatment of animals.