To celebrate the championship, this American football player decided to pay the costs of adopting dogs at a shelter in his town

Victorious with his Chiefs team during the Super Bowl on February 2, Derrick Nnadi celebrated this coronation by taking charge of the adoptions of dogs and cats in a Kansas City shelter. This is what allowed around forty animals to quickly find families.

In the United States, the grand finale of the American football championship , called the Super Bowl , is more than an institution . It is the most watched sporting event on television in the country.

On February 2, the Kansas City , Missouri , Chiefs and San Francisco , Calif. 49ers met at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami , Fla., For the coveted NFL Championship title . It was ultimately the Chiefs who won, crowning the great season of Missouri players, including Derrick Nnadi .

The young defender, 23, beautiful baby 144 kg 1.85m, celebrated the coronation in his own way: by paying the adoption fee for dogs and cats in the shelter KC Pet Project (KCPP), located Kansas City . The KCPP announced it via its Facebook page:

In fact, the Chiefs ‘ “defensive tackle” has been supporting this association for some time through the Derrick Nnadi Foundation he created to help children, families and animals in difficulty.

His initiative did not take long to bear fruit. A few hours later, KCPP reported, still on Facebook, that 44 animals38 dogs and 6 cats – had just left the shelter to join their new families .

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