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Ellen DeGeneres Gives 'Stamp' Of Approval To Shelter Animal Stamps

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Good news for shelter animals everywhere!

In collaboration with her company Halo, Ellen DeGeneres is teaming up the U.S. Postal Service to participate in a special stamp campaign to benefit shelter animals.

The new stamps will help raise money and awareness for rescued animals, a subject DeGeneres feel very strongly about.

“This is a subject that I am extremely passionate about. By working together, we can find good homes for millions of adoptable, homeless and abandoned pets,” said DeGeneres. “And until they get adopted, I’m happy to say that Halo and I are giving one million meals to shelter pets that are waiting for you.”

In the past, USPS stamps have helped raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease, sickle cell anemia and the Amber Alert.

The stamps can be pre-ordered by going to Shop.USPS.com or by calling 1.800.STAMP.24 (1.800.782.6724). Sales at post offices begin April 30.

Will you get a set of these Ellen-approved, animal-friendly stamps? Chime in and share your thoughts!

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