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Pamela Anderson on Her Love of Giving Back to Charity

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Pamela Anderson likes to use her fame to raise awareness for good causes and give back to charity. Recently, she talked about her work with PETA and other animal organizations.


According to Film-News
, Anderson said, “I never really considered myself too much of an actress, so it’s been nice to kind of lend some meaning to a career which is bizarre and could potentially be not that fulfilling in some ways.” Anderson talked about how she got started as one of PETA’s celebrity advocates while at the unveiling of the organization’s new stamps featuring famous vegetarians. The actress said, “When I was on Baywatch I wrote PETA a letter and asked if I could share all this attention I was getting with something important, instead of just my boyfriends and my boobs! But I think this has really made it more worthwhile for me and it’s worked! We’ve done a lot of great things.”

As far as her future goals to help animals, the vegetarian dreams of one day starting an animal sanctuary. “I have dedicated myself entirely to this cause. I really am inspired by Gentle Barn and I think my future is going to be – hopefully – having a ranch and having farm animal rescues.”

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