WebVet.com, a premiere online resource for pet health and lifestyle news, has named its favorite celebrity animal activists.
Staring with actress Katherine Heigl and her recently-launched "I Hate Balls" campaign to promote neutering, WebVet singles out stars that use their popularity for good in the animal world.
Betty White, who currently serves as the president emerita of the Morris Animal Foundation and as a member of the board of directors of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, makes the list for her a longtime advocacy of animal health.
Also singled out are Kristin Chenoweth, who founded the animal charity Maddie's Corner in honor of her beloved dog, and Denise Richards, a longtime animal rights supporter who works on behalf of organizations like Best Friends Animal Society.
Sarah McLachlan, whose ASPCA commercial campaign has raised over $30 million for the organization, and Julianne Hough, a supporter of the American Humane Association, round out the lineup.
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