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Kristin Davis Visits Rachel Ray With Miniature Donkey In Tow

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Kristin Davis kills me with cuteness. Of all the Sex In The City ladies most attractive on my radar, she takes the cake. She’s also into miniature donkeys — which for some might be a little too kinky; but scores additional points with me as she’s using the little guys to help spread the good word on the Oxfam America Unwrapped holiday campaign.

Davis will appear on the Rachel Ray Show tomorrow (December 19th) with a miniature donkey to talk about the holiday gifting program which supports Oxfam America’s poverty relief programs around the world. Donkeys help families to farm, carry heavy loads and food and water. When someone ‘purchases’ one of these representative gifts on behalf of a friend or loved one, the recipient will receive a photo of the gift and a card that states what has been purchased in their honor and how it goes to help people around the world.

Symbolic gifts include dozens of options such as a goat, a dozen baby chicks, a cooking stove or plant 50 trees. When you purchase an item on behalf of someone else, that individual will receive a gift card detailing the sale and how it will help someone in need. It is truly an excellent way to help — and still give this holiday season to friends and family.

Check out Kristen tomorrow on Rachel Ray! Jump here to hit Oxfam America Unwrapped.

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