Animal loving celebrities including Cheska Hull, Laura Hamilton, Sinitta, Felicity Kendal, Arlene Phillips, Kristina Rihanoff, Lizzie Cundy, Meg Matthews and Jenni Falconer have joined forces to support this year’s Blue Cross Tea Party.
The celebrities have been challenged to showcase their artistic flair by designing their own special edition pet-themed teapot, to be auctioned to raise funds to help sick and homeless pets. The celebrities are also calling for the public to sign up to host tea parties across the country on Friday 10th May, to help make a difference to the lives of thousands of pets in Blue Cross care.
The selection of designed teapots
Puppy Bella was recently helped by Blue Cross; part of an unwanted litter when Bella first arrived she was covered in fleas and her tender skin was red and sore from the resultant scratching. Blue Cross nurses provided the vital veterinary care needed to slowly help Bella’s skin improve and stayed with a Blue Cross fosterer whilst she recuperated and grew back to full health. Bella has now found a permanent home with a family who give her the love she deserves.
To help support the great work of Blue Cross and their personnel, the campaign’s fifteen pet loving celebrities involved also include much-loved actresses Pam Ferris and Olivia Colman; fabulous TV personalities Hayley Tamaddon and Debbie Bright; Made in Chelsea’s finest Cheska Hull and Ollie Locke, while Brix Smith Start brings a fashionable touch.
The auction will take place from (22nd April to 12th May) so don’t miss out on your chance to get involved and bid on your favourite pet-inspired teapot by visiting www.bluecross.org.uk/teapots. To order your free Tea Party host pack full of ideas and recipes, visit www.bluecross.org.uk/teaparty.
Blue Cross is a charity dedicated to helping poorly, injured and abandoned pets for over 100 years, doing what’s needed to give every pet a healthy life in a happy home. They run four animal hospitals and 12 rehoming centres across theUK, which provide treatment and seek happy homes for thousands of cats, dogs, small pets and horses each year.
This entry was posted on Tuesday, April 16th, 2013 at 2:15 pm