Amanda Holden becomes ambassador for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
TV star Amanda Holden has become an ambassador for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
The Britain's Got Talent judge has become the home's fourth ambassador, joining supermodel David Gandy, TV presenter Paul O' Grady OBE and writer Dame Jacqueline Wilson.
Ms Holden visited the rescue centre, in Battersea Park Road, last month and was granted a waggy welcome.
She has hosted the fundraising event Collars and Coats Gala Ball twice, demonstrating her passion for rescue dogs and cats.
The actress will be hosting the star-studded event for a third this year, alongside O'Grady, on November 7.
Ms Holden said: "I’ve always loved Battersea and have been a proud supporter for many years.
"My visits to the home remind me what a truly inspirational place it is.
"To see how many abandoned and neglected dogs and cats find their way to Battersea every year and seeing the brilliant work that dedicated staff and volunteers do in caring for, and rehoming them is incredibly heart-warming."
Claire Horton, chief executive, said: "We’re absolutely thrilled to welcome Amanda as a Battersea Ambassador.
"Her continued support and her unquestionable love for animals makes her a perfect advocate for the home."
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