Celebrity Auction Raises Funds for Animal Advocacy Museum

Stars with a dogged devotion for paws causes are showing their support for the soon-to-be open Animal Advocacy Museum in Pasadena by donating celebrity experiences in an online auction.

Fans of both famous faces and our furry, finned and feathered friends can place a bid for:

  • A one man show performed by comedian Andy Dick at your home
  • Lunch with Steve O at SunCafe in Los Angeles
  • Lunch with comedienne Debra Wilson in Los Angeles
  • Dinner with Alexandra Paul (animal activist/former Baywatch star) at SunCafe in Los Angeles
  • Dinner with actress/animal advocate Elaine Hendrix (The Parent Trap, Beverly Hills Chihuahua2/founder of The Pet Matchmaker) at a private dinner party at the Animal Advocacy Museum in Pasadena
  • Lunch with Bizarro comics creator Dan Piraro in Los Angeles
  • A songwriting lesson with award winning singer/songwriter Fawn (whose songs have been heard on such series as Ugly Betty, Nip/Tuck, The Young and the Restless and more) at her Burbank studio.
  • A private dinner at the Animal Advocacy Museum in Pasadena with actress Shira Scott Astrof, who has appeared in Criminal Minds and The Office.
  • A private dinner at SunCafe in L.A. with actor Nik Tyler, who has appeared in 2 Broke Girls, ER, CSI, Law & Order and Law & Order: SVU.
  • Have a song written for you by Fresh Juice Party, a politically-inspired media group seen on The Daily Show.
  • Attend a Fresh Juice Party at the group’s Oakland, California home.

The Animal Advocacy Museum in Pasadena will offer exhibits which will shine a spotlight on puppy mills, laboratory testing on animals, animals used in fashion and other animal welfare issues.

The CharityBuzz auction runs though March 13th.

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About Grace Sydney

Grace Sydney is the Assistant Editor of DogTipper.com and CatTipper.com, covering celebrity-related rescue news. She operates the @HollywoodDogs Twitter account sharing information on celebrity fundraising for rescues and shelters.