T-shirt backs an­i­mal wel­fare

Central Leader - - News -

Tele­vi­sion pre­sen­ter Jaquie Brown is get­ting be­hind WSPA’s cam­paign to end cru­elty to an­i­mals.

She’s pro­mot­ing this year’s World An­i­mal Week t-shirts, de­signed by Sweet­pea for Karen Walker.

Jaquie is also sup­port­ing the Uni­ver­sal Dec­la­ra­tion on An­i­mal Wel­fare.

More than 26,000 New Zealan­ders have al­ready added their names to the doc­u­ment.

“An­i­mals are a vi­tal part of our lives. We owe it to them to look af­ter their health,” she says.

WSPA is the world’s largest fed­er­a­tion of hu­mane so­ci­eties and an­i­mal pro­tec­tion or- gan­i­sa­tions. It is the or­gan­iser of World An­i­mal Week, which takes place be­tween Oc­to­ber 4 and 10.

Sweet­pea for Karen Walker is a col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween the fash­ion de­signer and Sweet­pea Home de­signer Louise Cuckow.

Louise says she was thrilled to be asked to cre­ate some­thing for WSPA.

“I will def­i­nitely be adding my name to the Uni­ver­sal Dec­la­ra­tion on An­i­mal We­lare.”

The t-shirts will be sold through Body Shop stores from Septem­ber 30 for $40, with $20 from ev­ery sale go­ing to­wards the so­ci­ety.

Olive owl: WSPA t-shirts, de­signed by Sweet­pea for Karen Walker.

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