Alesha Dixon, popstar and recently Strictly Come Dancing judge has pledged her support to the UK animal charity, PDSA, and their fundraising appeal for £6 Million to open 3 new centres in Birmingham, Plymouth and Cardiff.
Alesha has been modeling the new range of ‘I Love Dogs’ and ‘I Love Cats’ t-shirts starring ’70s characters Roobarb & Custard in the design. They were created by online t-shirt store moreTvicar.com which will donate £5 from each t-shirt sold, directly to the PDSA appeal. They cost £15.99 each and are available in 2 colours for both men and women.
Alesha said: “As a pet lover, I know how important it is to care for our animals, that’s why I’m backing PDSA’s Pet Hospital Appeal. Millions of pets, including my dogs, bring us so much happiness and deserve the very best care in return, so it’s great to know that PDSA is there to help pets when they really need it. Buying these t-shirts is a great way of showing your support.”
Currently over 400,000 UK pets will rely on PDSA’s service this year and by 2011 the charity will have seen a 50% increase in patients for its service nationally over the last five years. The PDSA receives no Government or National Lottery funding for its UK wide veterinary services which is why this appeal is so important.
Click the image below to visit the PDSA Pet Hospital Appeal page: