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Holly Madison Bares All In Anti-Fur Ad

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Holly Madison, Playboy bunny, one of the three Girls Next Door, and the current love of Hugh Hefner’s life, has stripped down and appeared in an ad for PETA, the latest one to proclaim “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur.”

Holly’s supposedly a big animal lover, something which started during the time she and her family lived on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska. She talks about her interest in animals briefly here:

We have tons of exotic animals and a great zoo department, and we have a zoo permit here. So it’s a great opportunity for me to learn, and I’ve actually started writing articles for my friend Christopher Ameruoso’s pet magazine that’s coming out. The first issue is out now. It’s called The Coolest Little Pet Magazine. It’s like the size of a little TV guide, and I wrote my first article about the Squirrel Monkeys. It was a good opportunity to have an excuse to learn more about the species.

A Playboy girl with a purpose. I kind of like the idea. Seems like this one’s really setting out to make a name for herself these days and it’s great how she’s highlighting a cause she’s been devoted to for years.

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