Pammy's hurricane pet help
13:30 12 September 2005
Pamela Anderson is helping save pets stranded by Hurricane Katrina.
The former 'Baywatch' babe has teamed up with PETA to help rescue the abandoned animals.
Pammy has donated personal items and a walk-on part in her TV show to a fundraising auction at the animal rights campaigners' upcoming 25th anniversary gala - the proceeds of which will go towards hurricane animal relief.
Sir Paul McCartney's daughter Stella has also helped out by donating clothes from her cruelty-free fashion range to the auction.
Earlier this year, Pamela teamed up with PETA in a boycott of US fast-food giants KFC.
The vegetarian beauty narrated a video documenting the mistreatment of chickens which eventually are served up in the chain's eateries.
She said at the time: "I'm asking people to boycott KFC until the company demands that its suppliers stop crippling chickens and scalding them alive.
"No animals should have to suffer this way, whether they're cats or dogs or chickens."
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