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The Office's Jenna Fischer Hosts 3rd Annual Fur Ball For Kitten Rescue

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Wait! Isn’t it Angela who loves cats!?

This past weekend, The Office star Jenna Fischer hosted the 3rd Annual Fur Ball at the Skirball in Los Angeles, CA. Fischer has been an outspoken advocate for the group since becoming a volunteer almost 10 years ago.

“I started working with them [Kitten Rescue] in 2001,” Fischer said. “I worked with them for two or three years as a foster parent. You open up your home for a cat or kitten that’s been rescued from a shelter or abandoned, and you rehabilitate them and treat them like your own pet for a short period of time, and then the organization helps you find that cat a permanent home.”

The event featured live entertainment, a film presentation, a silent auction, and awards for people who’ve helped make the organization a success. What’s more, attendees enjoyed a delicious vegetarian dinner. Yum!

Of course, Jenna wouldn’t leave anyone out of the fun. The actress brought with her fellow Office stars Angela Kinsey, Ellie Kemper, Oscar Nunez, Kate Flannery and Zack Woods.

Wanna learn why Jenna Fischer thinks Kitten Rescue is so cool? Stop by KittenRescue.org to find out more!

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