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Justin Bieber Poses For PETA PSA, 13-Year-Olds Everywhere Adopt Puppies

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YouTube-star-turned-pop-star-turned-preteen-idol Justin Bieber is no stranger to PETA: he has recorded a PSA for the organization before.

In fact, Bieber has been one of the more charity-involved celebs out there (at least as far as sixteen-year-olds go), having participated in the Clothes Off Our Back charity auction as well. Now, Biebz has released a second PSA for PETA!

The ad encourages animal adoption from shelters and reads “Animals Can Make U Smile”, a reference to one of Bieber’s hit songs (which, incidentally, sounds amazing when slowed down 800 percent).

Bieber himself is a pet owner (he has a Papillon named Sam), which explains his involvement with the organization. The statement from PETA reads “Justin wants his fans to know that buying a dog or a cat from a pet store or a breeder takes a home away from a deserving animal waiting in a shelter for a loving family.”

Of course, the target audience here (preteen and teenage girls) aren’t usually the ones actually going out and doing the adopting, but they certainly have a lot of say in the matter. Have you ever tried to argue with a 13-year-old girl when Justin Bieber is involved? No one has. It’s hopeless.

So kudos to you, Biebz! Since you’ve been doing so much good out there, I promise not to make fun of your haircut for at least a week.

Check out the PSA below!

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