GEORDIE Shore star Charlotte Crosby is on the Gold Coast where she has been named an Ambassador for Queensland’s Animal Welfare League (AWLQ).
The English reality TV star spent time chatting with fans and furry friends at the Coast’s Animal Welfare League shelter on Wednesday.
“I’m just so excited to be part of the AWLQ family,” Charlotte said. “It’s incredible to see the lifesaving work they do. Please make sure you choose to adopt your next animal from AWLQ.”
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The 26-year old self-confessed animal lover has been on a whirlwind tour of Australia with long term boyfriend Stephen Bear promoting their new reality MTV program “Just tattoo of us”.
“We love having Charlotte on board – she clearly loves animals and wants to promote shelter pets and AWLQ’s lifesaving work here,” AWLQ Fundraising Manager Neil Rangeley said.
“Baby and Rhubarb are very lucky dogs to have Charlotte in their life.
“We’re hoping to add to her fur family by the end of the day!”
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Animal Welfare League Queensland is a charity which has been rehoming stray and abandoned animals since 1959.
Last year it rehomed more than 8,600 animals. This year it is looking to rehome 9,000.
“AWLQ is committed to rehoming as many abandoned and surrendered animals as possible and having Charlotte in our corner promoting our work is simply fantastic,” Mr Rangeley said.
“We couldn’t ask for a more down to earth and generous Ambassador.”
Charlotte joins a very special bunch of people, such as Olympic Champion Sally Person OAM, Gold Coast Titan Chris McQueen, Ironwoman Courtney Hancock and cricketer Nicholas Buchanan who are all AWLQ Ambassadors.