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Octomom Teams Up With PETA To Promote Spay And Neuter Campaign

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You heard right, the infamous octomom Nadya Suleman has teamed up with PETA to help promote their infamous spay and neuter campaign. Fitting, yes?

For $5,000 and a month’s supply of veggie burgers and dogs, Suleman has agreed to place an ad on her front lawn, stating, “Don’t let your dog or cat become an ‘octomom.’ Always spay or neuter.”

According to PETA.org:

“Already, the ad has been run (for free) by CNN, NBC, AOL News, E! Online, USA Today, the New York Post, and dozens of other media outlets and blogs. So far, we’ve reached millions of people with the lifesaving spay-and-neuter message for less than a penny a person. Not a bad deal. And with Nadya’s entire family chowing down on veggie burgers and veggie dogs all month long, factory farmed animals’ lives have been spared.”

What do you think about this octo-campaign? Effective activism or not so much? Chime in and share your thoughts!

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