Tuesday, August 14, 2012

"Cindy Brady" of Brady Bunch Fame Helps Save Cats (VIDEO)


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You knew her as Cindy Brady of the popular 70s show, The Brady Bunch. Now she is all grown up with a son of her own and she is giving back to the animals she loves--cats.

Susan Olsen, the actress who played the blond, pig-tailed Cindy supports Precious Paws, a non-profit Los Angeles rescue organization. As reported by the Today Show, she's out there on the streets rescuing cats and kittens and giving them a chance at a better life. She's also a foster mom, who takes in kittens and cares for them. Something you might not expect from a former child star.

Susan found that fostering kittens has helped her son, Michael, who has Asperger Syndrome. Caring for the kittens teaches him about empathy.

Watch Susan Olsen's interview with Today Show correspondent Jill Rappaport.

Susan raises money for Precious Paws by doing fundraisers for the organization. She will personalize and autograph a signed photographed for you, here, with a $25 donation.

The Brady Bunch opening grid, season one
The Brady Bunch opening grid, season one. Cindy is lower left. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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10 comments:

  1. Nice one and we wish her luck. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. Isn't she lovely!?!? Awww she's lovely and she does such great work with these beautiful kitties! Yay!!! Take care
    x

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  3. What a terrific story! It's amazing that when so many childhood stars messed up their lives, that this sweetheart is doing something so wonderful and giving! Love it ~ thanks for sharing it!
    xo Catherine

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  4. Good for her - great story. And I love that she's helping her son by involving him.

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  5. Hooray fur her! I hope she saves so many she loses count!

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  6. Oh I love the story! She is doing such wonderful thing for kitties! And the kittens helped her son - how wonderful!

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  7. Yep I saw that on The Today Show!! Loved it!

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  8. Yay for Susan! So nice that she is helping save some many lives. :)

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  9. Really cool stuff, makes you proud!

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