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Hollywood Fights Fur

Last weekend, actress Betty White and other celebrities teamed up with Diamonds Not Fur to raise funds for SPCALA.


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Last Saturday, former Golden Girl Betty White joined the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Los Angeles to benefit rescued animals and Animal Alliance’s Fur Free West Hollywood movement, which aims to ban the sale of fur in the city. White hosted the event and presented the inaugural Diamonds Not Fur Humanitarian Award to Madeline Bernstein, for her work as President of SPCALA. Diamonds Not Fur was created by model and television personality Katie Cleary to honor people working toward animal welfare and to raise awareness about the Fur Free movement. On her website, Cleary states, “We need to help those who do not have a voice and cannot speak for themselves! I believe that everyone was put on this earth for a purpose and my purpose is to bring awareness to animal issues and causes.”

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