The Young Talent Whose Latest Music Video “Some Girls” Has Reached Over A Million Views On YouTube Recently Did A Photo Shoot For Local Animal Rescue “100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida” In An Effort to Find Homes For Her New Four Legged Friends

Having already brought joy to her many fans both in the U.S. and abroad through her incredible talents as a singer-songwriter, actress, and media personality – 11yr old Penelope Robin is now ready to focus on a brand new endeavor: philanthropy. The young star whose recent release “Some Girls” has been called an “ode to imagination that literally transports us to a dreamy place that many pop singers strive to reach but few ever actually do” (Indie Shark) recently teamed up with animal rescue 100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida and fashion photographer Akram Soliman to promote the #AdoptYourBestie initiative!


In a recent interview with Relate Magazine, Robin spoke on her latest endeavor saying “I love animals like crazy so I am very much passionate about helping them”. Having put together a photo shoot with Soliman–who heard about Penelope’s efforts with the rescue through her team at Love Media House–the photos see her posing with a wide range of cuddly friends who she says were “the cutest dogs you’ve ever seen, which were all adopted or up for adoption”. Take a look at some of the photos below!

Straight from Miami, FL – Penelope Robin began acting at age 5 and since then has developed a true passion for the arts. Most recently she stole the hearts of young Colombian fans when was invited to share the stage with acclaimed Colombian singer Karol G, as well as Puerto Rican singers Yandel, and Cosculluela during the CEG Festival 2017 that took place in Colombia. Penelope’s single’s such as “Little Bitty Heart”, “Lollipops”, and “LIT” are loved by all ages with her most recent single “Sigo Soñando” hitting over 4 million views on YouTube. Currently she is recording the rest of her album which will be released in 2019.

Penelope began acting via comedy skits for the Miami sketch comedy show “The Mr. Melvin Show” and then appeared in various music and art videos. In 2014 she was a part of legendary club dance DJ Tony Moran’s video “Take It All the Way” and later that year she appeared in Scope during Art Basel Miami as “Penny” – a video art love story between a girl and an owl directed by local Miami celebrity Milcho. She’s also been featured as one of the hosts of “Beat on the Street” YouTube videos for the homeschooling software Time4Learning. In 2016 she was cast as one of the faces of Karisma Resorts International Nickelodeon Experience. In 2017 she performed in the Miami Youth Fair and the Locales Festival alongside artists like Fat Joe, Alexis, and Fido and was selected as one of the winners of the Phil Collins Little Dreams Foundation.

100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida is a 501c(3) organization, fully dependent on community support to fund their rescues and veterinary bills for the hundreds of of abandoned dogs found roaming the in the Everglades area of Florida (Florida City, Homestead and Redlands) and the surrounding areas of SE Florida. Their mission is to rescue them, bring them back to health, and show them that not all humans are bad, and that love and a warm bed are just around the corner. Beyond that, they work to raise awareness about this brutal reality happening right in their community, with the hope that their message will result in alternative solutions and more responsible and humane decisions by pet owners.

Now as she begins to focus on helping her new four legged friends find homes through her work with Akram Soliman and 100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida, Penelope Robin continues to shine bright and bring joy through her music AND volunteer work!

Check out More From Penelope Robin via iTunes HERE:
And Spotify HERE:

Connect with Penelope Robin via Social Media:
Instagram: @ThePennyRobin
Penelope Robin’s YouTube Channel

Connect with 100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida via Social Media:
Instagram: @100PlusEvergladesRescue
Twitter: @100PlusRescue