Rena Sofer and Annika Noelle Save A Puppy on ‘The Bold and the Beautiful,’ Heather Tom Reflects on ‘BandB’

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Rena Sofer and Annika Noelle Save a Puppy on ‘The Bold and the Beautiful,’ and Heather Tom Reflects on ‘BandB’

The ladies show up and show out for the rest of the cast on this week’s The Bold and the Beautiful odds and ends news roundup.

Rena Sofer and Annika Noelle join forces to help a puppy.

Meanwhile, Heather Tom reflects on her time on the soap.

Rena Sofer (@rena.sofer) shared a post.

Annika Noelle, who plays Annika on The Bold and the Beautiful, was heartbroken when she saw a photo of a puppy named Bear in a Los Angeles shelter.

Noelle — who plays Hope on the show — is a devoted animal lover, according to Soaps @ SheKnows, and donates her time and money to animal causes.

Bear was locked in a shelter with a broken leg, which Noelle noticed.

As a result, she sought assistance from someone she could rely on.

Rena Sofer, who plays Quinn Fulton Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful, was that “someone.”

While Quinn, Sofer’s character, is a hot mess who switches back and forth between Eric and Carter, Sofer herself is anything but.

Sanford Bookstaver, a television producer with whom she has been married since 2003, and with whom she has a daughter.

(Sofer also has a daughter with Days of Our Lives actor Wally Kurth, Rosabel Rosalind, whom she married in the early 1990s.)

Sofer, like Noelle, is passionate about animals.

She donates her time and money to animal charities when she’s not working on The Bold and the Beautiful.

Furthermore, Sofer and her family foster dogs on a regular basis.

And sometimes they fall in love with the dogs they’re fostering to the point where they become “foster fails” (i.e., they stay with the Sofers).

Rena Sofer (@rena.sofer) shared this article on Twitter.

While Bear’s story has a happy ending, Sofer has used her platform to send an important message to prospective pet parents.

While it’s fine to want to adopt a dog or a cat, she advises that people do so only if they’re ready for the responsibility.

“As the holidays approach, keep in mind that pets are only a great gift if the family understands what they’re getting and is willing to love that animal for the rest of their lives as a family member,” she wrote.

“If all else fails, there’s always the personal…

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