George Michael auctions dog memorabilia for charity
Music icon George Michael has donated a collection of pictures of dogs he has owned, along with those kept by workers on his Symphonica tour, to a charity auction.
The 'Faith' sensation will put the items under the hammer in order to raise money for a London animal shelter called for Mayhew Animal Home and he told his 510,000 followers about the adorable lot on his official Twitter page earlier this afternoon (October 16):
"Just want to let you know we have a signed goodie up for auction on e-bay, the proceeds will go to a dog rescue charity.... It's a signed collection of all the pics we have called the "doggie wall" on the tour."
He added: "And there are three pics of my gorgeous Meg and Abbey on on there:)"
The bid currently stands at £100 and the auction is set to end on October 22 for those interested in making an offer. A message on the eBay lot reads:
"A plastic coated photo montage, "Dog Wall", of the dogs owned and loved by George Michael and the George Michael Symphonica touring personnel. Each photo of the Symphonica dogs is labelled with the dogs name and it's owner. The Dog Wall is hung up backstage at every show so the touring party could see their beloved pet everyday. George's dogs, Meg and Abbey appear three times on the wall and George has signed their photos as well as Diego and Ruby's pictures."
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