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Stella McCartney Features Rescue Dogs at Spring 2014 Show

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While Madonna, Liv Tyler, Kate Bosworth, Cameron Diaz and so many more famous faces made appearances at Stella McCartney’s spring 2014 presentation, the real stars had to be the rescue dogs.

The designer took a page out of Vaute Couture’s book and featured three rescue pups from the ASPCA along with the clothes. Harold, Scooby and Daisy tried their paws at modeling, but ultimately, a warm bed in a loving home was all their heart’s desired. The fashion house tweeted this adorable shot…

aspca dog stella mccartney

It’s no secret that McCartney takes after her parents when it comes to her love of animals. The vegetarian designer refuses to use leather or fur in her creations. Those shoes next to the adorable white pup? Totally animal free. As are these beauties below.

stella mccartney spring 2014 shoes

Hopefully a few of the dogs who were lucky enough to attend the swanky presentation found a loving home from the publicity surrounding the event. Because at the end of the day, a pup doesn’t care whether it’s Madonna or me who is scratching behind his ear, as long as it’s being scratched. If you’re interested in adopting one of the dogs, head over to the ASPCA’s adoption center to meet them in person.

Check out more of Stella McCartney’s spring fashions on her facebook page.

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