We are very honoured to have the backing of a glittering array of fantastic stars who truly love animals and care passionately about pets. They give their time to draw attention to raise awareness of our work in saving and protecting pets’ lives. They also join forces with our vets and nurses to educate the public on all aspects of pet wellbeing and raise much-needed funds.
Actress Joanna Page is an ambassador for PDSA and is passionate about the cause. The animal lover has her own dog called Daisy and believes pets are a hugely important part of people's lives. She said: "Giving the gift of life to pets in need is no mean feat, so supporting PDSA is a very easy decision for me."
Pam St Clement
EastEnder Pat Butcher (Pam St. Clement) has been truly generous over several years, regularly spending time with PDSA.
Star of stage, screen and radio, Paul O'Grady, is a huge animal fan and has helped PDSA in all sorts of ways.
Award-winning presenter Holly Willoughby supported PDSA by posing with her with her purrfect cat, Miu Miu.
Amanda and her dogs, Nobby and Fudge, clearly had the X Factor when they posed together for PDSA.
Actress and DJ Sara Cox is a keen animal lover and thoroughly enjoyed having her photograph taken for PDSA with her dog, Snoop.
Singer Jenny Frost was photographed for PDSA with her pet pooch, George.
Rod and his loving Labrador Mrs Potts were pictured at his LA home for PDSA.
Model and photographer Penny Lancaster photographed an entire PDSA Pet Pawtraits calendar - apart from the cover shot of her, which was taken by husband Rod Stewart!
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova is an animal lover and has visited PDSA to lend her support.
Comedian and actor Bradley is a proud PDSA supporter and posed with his energetic pet pooch, Lucky for the PDSA Pet Pawtraits calendar.
DJ and presenter Fearne Cotton posed with cat, Keloy, for PDSA. She named him after one of her favourite films - Bedknobs and Broomsticks.
Famous dog lover Martin Clunes has supported PDSA by posing with his lovely dogs and giving interviews for our supporter magazine, Companions.
Pop star and actor Martin was delighted to pose for Lord Lichfield with his pet Shih Tzus Daisy and Zack in aid of PDSA.
Celebrity chef James Martin often finds time for PDSA and is pictured here with his dog, the tastily-named Fudge.
Sir Steve Redgrave
The greatest Olympian of them all, Sir Steve Redgrave, struck gold for PDSA by agreeing to appear in our Pet Pawtraits calendar.