Show Debuts in March by Kicking Off New Segment: “Celebrity Corner”
MILWAUKEE, WI – Animal Advocate Television (AATV), Wisconsin’s exclusive animal welfare show begins, its seventh season premiere on Sat., March 3, on WMLW-TV. In what promises to be an exciting year for its loyal followers, the show’s Producer, Debra Lopez, is debuting a new segment titled “Celebrity Corner.” This portion of the show will feature well-known local and national celebrity guest stars and their pets. AATV announced that its first “Celebrity Corner” guest will be Super Bowl Champion and Green Bay linebacker, A.J. Hawk.
AATV will continue offering its educational and informational segments through animal care and welfare experts as part of its mission to foster national and international prevention of cruelty to animals by aiding in their safety and welfare. AATV is a remarkable vehicle for raising public awareness on a variety of important animal welfare issues, while paying tribute to the compassionate people and organizations that are in the trenches every day caring for the animals.
AATV is a public education and animal welfare awareness campaign produced by Animal Fairy Charities, Inc. The show is sponsored by Dr. Jodie (Animal Doctor), Milwaukee Emergency Center for Animals; Dr. Claudeen E. McAuliffe, Manager with the Behavior Department of the Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County; Bark n’ Scratch Outpost; and Fetch magazine.
AATVs success continues to grow with each new season by expanding it reach and connecting with new audiences, enabling it to bring increased awareness to local animal shelters and horse rescues, and encouraging the public to foster and adopt animals in need. The show also informs and educates viewers about critical state and federal animal welfare legislation, teaches children compassion at an early age and encourages parents to support their children’s healthy attitudes toward and relationships with animals.
Animal Advocate Television (AATV) is dedicated to ensuring that our animals are given the compassion and quality of life they deserve. Therefore, AATV takes pride in showing viewers the unwavering dedication given to them by the Milwaukee community, animal rescue and welfare groups and others.
Animal Fairy Charities is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 based animal welfare non-profit organization, that distributes funds in support of the missions of other animal non-profit organizations using a federated (i.e. United Way) method. In addition, Animal Fairy Charities educates and engages young children in compassion through the positive interaction with animals.
For more information, visit www.animalfairycharities.org.
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