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Celebrities come together to support animals through Twitter competitionCelebrities come together to support animals through Twitter competition

Stars Help Save Animals with Twitter Challenge

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Save the critters! That’s the message one group of celebrities is trying to fulfill by participating in a challenge through Twitter.

The “Twitter for the Critters Celebrity Challenge,” is joining together a range of stars including Kelly Osbourne, Eric Stonestreet, Peter Facinelli and Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus to benefit the welfare of animals and The Onyx and Breezy Foundation, which supports other organizations and of course animals.

By donating only $5 to the celebrity’s team of your choice, you can save the lives of hundreds of animals. Not only can your favorite star win the challenge, but 100 percent of the proceeds go directly to benefiting critters.

Also, one lucky fan from the winning team that raises the most money will receive an autographed poster by the celebs above and 88 others like Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Reynolds, Betty White and Kristen Bell.

The competition starts today and ends on Feb. 18, so if you want to lend a helping hand don’t be late to donate!

As the foundation’s site says proudly, “Animals cannot speak for themselves, so we speak for them!” No more words are needed.

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