Some Puppy Love For Katherine Heigl

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Grey's Anatomy star Katherine Heigl hugs and kisses a Pitt Bull puppy on her way out of Cafe Hotel in Hollywood. That appears to be Mark Cornelsen (boyfriend of T.R. Knight) next to Katherine as well. Very cool. Cute photo ...

Katherine Heigl, Mark Cornelsen

The look on the dog's face says "get me out of here!"

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she does look a little sunburned but she still looks gorgueous

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Is it just me or does Katherine look really sunburned? lol. She seems really sweet and so does mark!

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Cute picture!

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I was watching TMZ last night, and they were making fun of her for this. LOL! I know, it's a tabloid show, but it was still amusing.

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sooo cute!! Kathriene and the dog!
GREYS ROCKS!!
love always Syd

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poor dog, lol, her tail is in between her legs.

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I believe TR was getting their car since I saw one picture TR driving it. TR and Mark attended Josh Kelley's concert at Hotel Cafe with Katherine that night.

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Is it me, or do you see more of Mark than T.R.?

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