Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Paula Abdul Auctions Clothes to Help Animals

Paula Abdul, a judge on the television show, American Idol, is currently holding an auction for thousands of pieces of designer clothes to help benefit the Americans Humane Association's Pets and Women's Shelters programs, the Petco Foundation, and Guide Dogs of America.

The auction, which started on June 29, is being conducted with Auction Cause, a company that uses eBay to help raise money for various causes.

Abdul is the spokesperson for the PAWS program. The PAWS program allows victims of domestic violence bring their pets to the shelter with them. The program allows the pets to stay on-site rather than being housed elsewhere in order to provide the animals with safety and victims of domestic violence with a source of comfort and unconditional love while they are undergoing the transition from an abusive relationship.

Abdul is auctioning off thousands of pieces of designer clothes - some worn and some not. Some of the designers include, but are not limited to: Westwood, Dulce and Gabbana, Pucci, Zac Posen, and Burberry. Abdul will donate 10% of the proceeds to the PAWS program. She will also make private donations to Guide Dogs of America and the Petco Foundation.

The auction will be running for the next few months, according to Cat Channel and new items will be added daily. If you would like to check out the auction, please visit Abdul's eBay site.

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  1. Thanks for this information about the auction! And your cat's photo is really beautiful!

    Check out my blog about a colony of abandoned/feral cats near my home. There will be stories there as time goes on that could inspire and inform anyone you know who wants to help homeless cats.

    Would you add me to your blog list?

    Thank you,

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