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PETA Exclusive Glee Auction for Animals!

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Talented Glee star and staunch PETA supporter Lea Michele is giving her fans—and animals—something to be gleeful about. Lovely Lea has donated armloads of memorabilia from the show to be auctioned off to support PETA’s lifesaving work for animals. Gleeks can bid on posters, clothes, dancing shoes, and even scripts from some of the most memorable episodes of the show signed by the cast.

The auction is underway right now on CharityBuzz.com and will only last until February 10, so get your bids in as soon as you can. Then rev up your TiVo and see if you can spot the items you’re bidding on in past episodes of the show (we know you’re going to).

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With so many fun auction items from this kindhearted Glee star, how will you ever choose?

This isn’t the first time that Lea has raised her wonderful voice against animal abuse. Most recently, she called for an end to the cruel horse-drawn carriage industry in New York in print and video public service announcements (PSA)  she did for PETA. It’s the second set of ads she’s done lambasting a lack of care and miserable housing conditions for horses forced to work long hours every day in congested streets. Lea also spoke out against fur in her PSA explaining the horrific abuse on fur farms and asking people to pledge to be fur-free. A committed vegan who won’t stand for cruelty on her plate either, Lea also rescues animals she finds on the street and locates forever homes for them. Who says one person can’t change the world?

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    Adii says...

    January 12th, 2011, 5:35 pm

    love you <3 ;D

    Aidee Duran says...

    January 12th, 2011, 6:11 pm

    I am so proud to be VEGAN because I care about the animals. I will do all in my power to speak out for animals and talk about how great it is to go vegan. I went vegan for health, environment, planet, animals, and I will never wear wool,fur, leather, silk or anything that comes from animals. I am an animal lover and I want to be that way in the my entire life. I am a member of peta2 street team and am so proud of it and an animal right activists soooooo proud of it. :) i care about animals so much and the planet. <3 :) :) :)

    Michele says...

    January 14th, 2011, 9:12 pm

    Animals are number one in my book and they always will be too.
    I’m very proud to be a vegan and had been a vegan as early as twelve years old thanks to my dad. He’s also a vegan and it’s the only way to go. When I go into these supermarkets and see the poor animals laying there slaughtered under clear plastic and people leaning over almost fighting to get a good deal. I’m thinking I’m not only sick to my stomach right now. But what deal will they get in the end, none at all…

    Casey says...

    January 15th, 2011, 7:20 pm

    How cool is this?! I love her carriage video too – I would totally bid for a “visit a shooting of the show” or “dance-on-role” for an episode!!!

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