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Razzi Snap: Madonna's Colored Sheep Has Animal Group Seeing Red

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How many colored sheep does it take to piss off the RSPCA? Well, any number will do — but Madonna’s latest decision to dye her personal sheep blue, pink, yellow, and green for a Vogue spread is apparently too much for the animal rights group. The singer and husband Guy Ritchie claim that the dye used was harmless to the animals, but the organization is definitely losing sleep over the stunt “Animals used in this sort of publicity stunt can lead to copycats. Even if the dye used in this instance is safe for the animals, other people might copy it with a dye that isn’t safe,” said a spokesperson for the RSPCA. Talk about a baaaad move. Couldn’t resist. [hollywood rag]

Jennifer Love Hewitt, Patricia Arquette and Nathan Lane are among the movie stars who have signed up to help America’s Humane Society with Puppy Mill Action Week — which started this past Sunday. The stars are urging people to avoid buying pups in stores this Holiday season and instead seek out new friends from shelters and homes. So-called puppy mills often breed dogs in terrible conditions. Celebs this week will appear in ads on behalf of the HSUS. [starpulse]

Jon Bon Jovi will headline a concert for a children’s medical charity at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ on December 21st. The Hope Concert III will benefit The Valerie Fund, a nonprofit organization providing support for the comprehensive health care of children with cancer and blood disorders. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit the official site. [count basie theatre]

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