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Pink Considers Adoption To Help Reduce Her Global Footprint

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We feature Pink a lot here on Ecorazzi…and for good reasons. Between her work as an animal advocate and environmental supporter, Pink proves time and time again that she has Mother Earth’s best interest at heart.

Most recently, Pink confessed that she would rather adopt than give birth. Her reason: there are too many people in the world already. Pink told Star Magazine: “I don’t know if I need to have my own (children). I rescue dogs, so I would probably rescue kids. I feel like with global warming and all, why produce more? Foster parent. Adoption.”

If Pink did decide to adopt she would be joining celebrity moms like Calista Flockhart, Sheryl Crow, Michelle Pfeiffer, Edie Falco and many more who have all made the decision to enjoy parenthood without adding to the growing population.

To find out more about adoption, visit adoption.com!

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