Australian radio and television personality, Myf Warhurst, celebrates World Animal Week with animal welfare organisation, Animal Aid.
The multi-talented, Australian entertainer has officially become ‘A Friend of Animal Aid’ where she’ll join Australian opera singers, Suzie Taylor and Tiffany Speight to help promote the Victorian animal welfare organisation and its programs, not only during World Animal Week but also for the long term.
Known for her music knowledge and humour, Myf has appeared on a number of Australian TV shows including Spicks and Specks, My Favourite Album and The 7pm Project.
Myf also has an extensive radio career hosting shows at Triple J, Triple M and the ABC and has also been a columnist for The Age. Myf’s unique style and charismatic presence on the small screen has given the Melbournian the reputation of being a much loved and admired all-round entertainer in Australia.
Myf, an avid animal lover with two cats of her own, recently visited the Animal Aid shelter in Coldstream to witness first-hand the amazing work done by the staff and volunteers.
‘Spending time at the Coldstream shelter gives you a true picture of the amazing work all the staff and volunteers do,’ says Myf.
‘The commitment and dedication of the staff and volunteers at Animal Aid is obvious, the level of care that they show all the animals while they are waiting to find a new home is inspiring’ she says. ‘If I can assist in some small way by helping Victorians learn more about the organisation and its life-saving work, we can make sure that more animals have their opportunity to get a second chance at life.’
World Animal Week runs from 4 – 11 October.