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WATCH: Katherine Heigl's New Funny or Die Video Explains Why She Loves Neutering

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Katherine Heigl
has a new Funny or Die video that explains once and for all why she’s so involved with companion animal overpopulation issues. She doesn’t advocate for spay/neuter because she loves animals. It’s because she hates testicles. No, not tentacles. We’re talking wriggly jiggly man parts.

Heigl says, “You’re probably thinking, oh, she’s just being cute. She must mean tennis balls or yoga balls. No, I mean testicles. Terribly terrible testicles. Unfortunately I can’t cut the nuts off of human men…yet. So I’ve dedicated my time to the neutering of dogs because that’s legal.”

Heigl does a great job of really selling it, and hopefully her hilarious hatred of testicles will bring more awareness to spay/neuter initiatives. At the end of the video she even gives a number where you can donate directly to spay/neuter programs. Or just go to ihateballs.com. When you think about it, we should really all hate testicles, just like Katherine. Go on. Say it loud. Say it proud. Even tweet it. We #hateballs.

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  • LuxieLou

    You go girl! Come on public she is just trying to bring attention to a very serious issue, help her out!

  • Vickyjo

    LMAO !!! I so agree ! lol and THANK YOU for caring !!

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