LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE star Abigail Breslin gave Australia's animals something to smile about - thanks to a swear box on the set of her new family film NIM'S ISLAND. Appalled by Scottish actor Gerard Butler's cursing, the child star insisted that all cast and crew pay $2 (GBP1) every time they swore in front of her - and she gave the cash to animal charity the Royal Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals (RSPCA). She says, "All together, with everybody contributing to the swear jar, we made $150 and we donated it to the RSPCA." Breslin admits co-star Butler was responsible for much of the cash she raised. She adds, "It built up to, like, $12 really quickly and then he said to me, 'I'm gonna give you $20, and the next four times that I swear I don't have to pay you. I get them for free.' "I'm like, 'That's not the way it works.'"