As he’s social distancing to help reduce the spread of coronavirus, Justin Theroux is having dinner with a special someone. His rescue pup, Kuma.

Theroux posted a series of stories on his Instagram of sharing dinner with Kuma. He posted photos of his rescue dog while they were at home eating dinner together.

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See the stories, below:

Kuma, a pitbull mix, was adopted in 2018 after Hurricane Harvey.  See his post about adopting Kuma, below:

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MEET KUMA (くま) !!! 🐻 There are too many people to thank for Kuma…. @jesslee81 and William and everyone @chancetobloom You are the heroes who took Kuma from death and loved her back to life. Also @austinpetsalive for steering me towards a new adoption. And also… of course Katie and Ryan and all the pilots with @pilotsnpaws … showing that ALL breeds can fly. Especially the ones most in need. PLEASE, if you follow me… check out the work ALL these people do, day in and day out… to rescue and help the voiceless. If you are looking for ANY kind of Dog or Cat… PLEASE adopt one. You can find ANY breed. Even really fancy ones in need of homes. Don’t believe me? Think of a breed, go to petfinder.com … and see for yourself! And oh yeah… thanks @petfinder for all you do too! If you can… please go to the link in my bio and see what @chancetobloom does. And please make a donation in Kuma’s name. #pitbull #adoptdontshop #pittiesofig #dontbullymybreed #rescuedog #くま

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Learn more about pets and coronavirus, including transmitting the virus to pets, how to adopt a pet during social distancing, shelters struggling during coronavirus, and the man that fostered 100 dogs during coronavirus crisis. 

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