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Put a Little Sugar in our Bowl

spcaLA Launches LA Kings Pre-Game Celebrity Auction on eBay December 8th

» December 5, 2008

Los Angeles CA—Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals (spcaLA) has joined forces with the LA Kings and some pet friendly celebs to raise money for animals in need. Beginning Monday, December 8th on spcaLA’s ebay page, spcaLA will auction pet bowls designed and autographed by famous personalities like, Tori Spelling and Carrie Ann Inaba (from “Dancing With the Stars”) as well as the chance to get up close and personal with the LA Kings. 100% of the proceeds benefit spcaLA.

Up for auction are one-of-a kind pet bowls designed and decorated by a variety of stars. Tori Spelling, Jenna Fischer (from “The Office”), Anna Lynne McCord (from “Beverly Hills 90210), Alison Sweeney (from “Days of Our Lives” and “Biggest Loser”), Carrie Ann Inaba (from “Dancing with the Starts”) and many more were generous enough to participate in this spcaLA fundraising opportunity. Also available to eBay bidders, a chance to win a Zamboni ride or a seat in the LA Kings’ penalty box during warm-ups, which make unique Holiday gifts. These prizes are redeemable at spcaLA’s Night with the LA Kings on January 8th.

spcaLA’s Night with the LA Kings on January 8th is a chance for sports lovers and animal lovers to come together, enjoy a great game (LA Kings vs. Anaheim Ducks) and raise funds for animals in need. During the game, a silent auction of pet bowls designed and signed by Kings players and Kings memorabilia will be held. To purchase tickets for spcaLA’s Night with the Kings, please go to www.spcaLA.com or call (323) 730-5300, ext 232. Proceeds from the silent auction and a portion of ticket sales benefit spcaLA.