lisa vanderpump may have a beautiful home, plenty of money in the bank, and a loving family, but she's focusing on people and animals in need rather than her own wealth. Vanderpump has a passion for dogs, and she has adopted several animals over the years. Some of her dogs are indeed celebrities on Twitter and she's proud of her accomplishments over the years. Lisa is so passionate about dogs that she's trying to shut down the Yulin festival in China, and she's doing a documentary on the festival. In addition, she's also opened up her own dog center in Los Angeles.

According to a new tweet, Lisa Vanderpump is now spending more of her time focusing on the dogs in need rather than on the show that gave her fame.

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" is wrapping up this season with the last reunion special airing on Bravo this week, so Lisa is diving head-on into her passion for dogs. Lisa Vanderpump wants to help dogs in need and spread the love.

Lisa Vanderpump focusing on dog adoption

Vanderpump decided to open up her center for dogs in need because she could no longer bring dogs to her own home. With many dogs in her care and two ponies, she felt it was too much. But since she has such a large following, Vanderpump wants to spread the word on social media.

“This lil guy is still here,” Vanderpump tweeted on social media, adding, “He was washed and had a collar, someone must be missing him, please rt.”

The center Lisa opened has been a huge success for her and works well with her brand.

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It's clear that she's passionate about this, as shown on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." When she and her husband talked about Yulin, Ken Todd broke down crying over how horrible the festival was.

Will Lisa Vanderpump return to ‘RHOBH’ next year?

Since Lisa Vanderpump has spent so much time on the Yulin festival, spreading the word about how horrible it is, one can imagine that being on a dramatic reality show isn't exactly piquing her interest anymore. However, being on a show that millions of people watch may be enough for her to keep filming the show, so she can keep spreading the word and hopefully put an end to Yulin and the torture of dogs. There has been no word on what she's planning on doing next with her efforts to shut down Yulin.

What do you think of Lisa Vanderpump being on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" next year? Do you think she should return to the show and use the platform to spread the word about her business?