Betty White Heartbroken Over Cecil the Lion’s Killing as Zimbabwe Begins …

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Betty White Has Some Sharp Words for Cecil the Lion’s Killer.

If you thought Jimmy Kimmel was a tough critic of the Minnesota dentist who killed Cecil the Lion, then just wait until you hear what Betty White has to say on the matter.Hoping to fetch some viewers who are sitting and staying on their couches this summer, Discovery Family has announced plans for Pawgust, a month-long event of animal-themed series, specials and movies.

While speaking to the Associated Press yesterday, the 93-year-old actress and longtime vocal animal advocate did not mince words when it came to her thoughts on Walter James Palmer: “You don’t want to hear some of the things I want to do to that man,” said White, sounding absolutely nothing like her “Golden Girls” character, Rose Nylund, who, ironically, came from Minnesota. “It’s such a heartbreaker. She and her friends — including, fittingly, a golden retriever named Auggie — will be featured in various promos airing throughout the month of August. “August traditionally finds the country embroiled in the Dog Days of Summer, so we’re bringing the pawsitively best in programming about pets—and of course, man’s best friend — to help audiences beat the heat,” said Tom Cosgrove, general manager, Discovery Family Channel. “With her devoted advocacy and genuine affection for creatures of all kinds, Betty White is truly the best friend an animal can have — and the perfect person to host Pawgust.” The programming is anchored by the premiere of “From Wags to Riches With Bill Berloni,” a new show about the trainer famous for molding homeless dogs into Broadway-bound pups. Monday, Saturday and Sunday evenings will be filled with family-friendly, fur-filled movies like “All Dogs Go to Heaven” and “The Jungle Book.”

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