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Kate Walsh Puts The WOW in the Bow Wow WOW Fundraiser Event

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Tis the season for animal-friendly events! Just a few days ago Ecorazzi reported that Lauren Conrad and Rumer Willis were both seen sporting smiles at canine-focused celebrations. Most recently, Kate Walsh joined the crew of famous animal supporters as she appeared at Much Love Animal Rescue’s Second Annual Bow Wow WOW! fundraiser in California. 

Kate has been a supporter of animal charities for a while and earlier this year even helped open a rescue shelter in Times Square. Therefore it’s no surprise that Walsh donated her time for the event, which was held at the Playboy Mansion. While everybody knows (and by everybody I mean dorks like me) that Hugh Hefner has an affinity for medium-rare lamb chops, it’s important to note that his number one gal Holly Madison has worked with PETA on various anti-fur campaigns. 

Much Love Animal Rescue is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing overpopulation, abuse and neglect of domestic animals. Much Love is run entirely by like-minded professionals who volunteer their time and resources to help save the lives of these animals.

So from all of us here at Ecorazzi we send “much love” to Kate and all those super fantastic volunteers who helped put the WOW in the Bow Wow WOW! event. Keep up the good work, ya’ll. 

via: justjared.com

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