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Chris Colfer Creates Pet Pictures for Animal Rescue

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Did you know “Glee” star Chris Colfer is a quadruple threat? He acts, sings, dances and now draws! Yes, he has grown into a professional artist overnight.

As luck would have it, the Golden Globe winner was watching himself on TV and drawing happy pet pictures for fun and now his art is up for auction.

The actor took to his Twitter and said, “During the Xmas episode I drew some pet pictures on set for a friend and now they’re up for auction! http://tinyurl.com/83hyzbm.”

The 21-year-old actor’s drawings are on sale through eBay in support of the Penny Sprague for Labrador Retrievers of San Diego. All proceeds will raise funds for the animal center, which rescues, rehabilitates, and finds homes for stray, abandoned and unwanted Labs.

Even though Colfer created two pictures of a cat and dog, only the yellow dog picture is on sale. Bidding ends on Dec. 24 and the current bid is $890.

Looks like Colfer can add artist and animal activist to his ever growing resume.

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