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Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino poses for PETA to promote the spay and neutering of petsMike 'The Situation' Sorrentino poses for PETA to promote the spay and neutering of pets

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Who would have thought Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino would pose next to those words? Now, he might not believe too much sex is bad for us mere humans, but he finds it true for animals regarding overpopulation.

The “Jersey Shore” reality star recently posed for PETA to help end animal homelessness by asking others to spay and neuter their pets.

As PETA explains, “Every year, 6 to 8 million abandoned, lost or unwanted dogs and cats enter animal shelters. Half are euthanized because there simply are not enough homes for them all.”

Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino poses for PETA to promote the spay and neutering of pets

The animals that are left to survive on the streets usually end up suffering from starvation, dehydration, diseases, parasites, injuries or even tortured. By taking the pledge and saying yes to sterilizing your pet, you’ll be helping animals in the long run.

The Situation feels strongly about the issue and says others really need think hard before actually getting a pet. “If you decide to get an animal make sure that you can afford it, take care of it for its full life, because if you can’t then you’re gonna eventually to try to maybe give it away, which is not the best situation.”

Watch the video below to check out The Situation in action and hear his full thoughts on animal overpopulation.

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