Celebrity Impressionist Rich Little Donates $100,000 to Heaven Can Wait Animal Society for the 11th Annual Memory Walk

Celebrity Impressionist Rich Little Donates $100,000 to Heaven Can Wait Animal Society for the 11th Annual Memory Walk

Rich Little attends “Lose A Pound With Your Hound” on Oct. 23 to be a part of the solution

 

Celebrity impressionist Rich Little joins Heaven Can Wait Animal Society to pay tribute to the more than 30,000 shelter animals that were euthanized in 2010 with the “Lose A Pound With Your Hound” Memory Walk on Sunday, October 23 located at Bunker Park. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the walk starts at 10 a.m.

Little will be at the event to showcase his support as well as to donate $100,000 to the organization that brings awareness to the devastating amount of cats and dogs that are euthanized each year.

With his commitment to the animal community, Rich Little will join families and their furry friends in the festivities of the day including paw painting, food, music, mobile dog grooming and much more. Pet owners can also “Buy A Collar For A Dollar” to be a part of the chain of collars that will be displayed during the walk to represent the thousands of animals that have been lost due to euthanization.

Pre-registration for the walk is $25 and it is $30 the day of the walk. A family four pack is offered at $40 while children under the age of five are free. To register online or to start a team visit hcws.org.

About Rich Little
Infamous for his skewing of political figures, Little has charmed, amused, annoyed and lampooned politicians from here to his native Canada. He entertained at both of Reagan’s presidential inaugurations and has toured the U.S. with his show “The Presidents.” A master mimic of more than 200 voices, Little continues to impress throughout the world, with his stand up show as well as currently touring with his one man play “Jimmy Stewart and Friends.”

Throughout the course of his career, Little has had his own TV show on NBC, appeared on variety shows such as “Ed Sullivan” and “Laugh In,” hosted “The Tonight Show” 12 times and has been a regular guest on “Hollywood Squares” among numerous other appearances. He also was named “Comedy Star of the Year” by the American Guild of Variety Artists, released nine comedy albums and three HBO comedy specials, as well as the Emmy-award winning special “Rich Little’s Christmas Carol.” For more information on Rich Little, please visit RichLittle.com or follow him on Twitter @TheRichLittle.