Dog collars designed by ABC13 talent to be sold for good cause

May 15, 2012 5:23:20 AM PDT
You can own a custom dog collar designed by ABC13 meteorologist Casey Curry or reporter Miya Shay and all the proceeds benefit SNAP, which stands for Spay Neuter Assistance Program.

Through today, you can bid on one-of-a-kind collars created by designers, celebrities, artists and other public figures who are passionate about making a difference for animals throughout the nation.

Collars For A Cause's 2012 designer ambassadors artist Ron Burns, actress Margaret Cho, actress and singer Jordin Sparks and designer Elaine Turner.

Supporters will have a chance to bid on designs from OMG! Yahoo's Kristen Aldridge, Chrome Canine, Missy Johnson, Broadway stars Orfeh and Andy Karl, television personality Dina Manzo, Annise Parker, Denise Richards, Tori Spelling, and more.

The auction provides winning bidders with the opportunity to directly affect the animal welfare crisis while adorning their own walls, or wigglebutts, with incredible art pieces that symbolize working together for the common good of the entire community.

All funds raised will go toward SNAP's efforts to reduce suffering and death due to animal overpopulation.


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