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Pamela Anderson Sticks It To Mars For Animal Testing

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Say what you want about the sex tape. Go ahead, lament at breakfast over her choice in husbands. Judge her abundantly for her abundant plastic surgery. Still, nobody can disagree that what Pamela Anderson does for animal rights isn’t noble. (On second thought, yes, there will be people who disagree and probably tell me all about it in the comment section).

This week, Pamela Anderson wasn’t candy-coating anything when she wrote an open letter to Paul S. Michaels, president of the Mars candy company, asking him to stop the cruel testing they do on animals. Strangely enough, last year Anderson herself worked for Mars to help promote their new green M&M without knowing that the company still regularly practiced animal testing. In her letter, Anderson states that until this process stops, she will “encourage everyone she knows” to buy candy from other companies, such as Hersheys, which has already pledged to never test on animals.

Hey wait a second! All of this talk about Pam saving the animals has given me a pretty sweet idea for a Baywatch spin-off. Pam, if your viewing this post, have your people call my people. I smell an Emmy nomination.

To read Pamela Anderson’s whole letter just click here.

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