American's favorite baby factory, who gave birth to octuplets after having six kids already, is endorsing a PETA campaign to promote neutering of dogs and cats.
Hey, they're helping Nadya Suleman pay the mortgage. Facing foreclosure, she was fresh out of options, California home loan rates being what they are and all.
The 34-year-old Octomom is being paid $5,000 to keep a sign promoting spay and neuter surgeries for critters in her garden in La Habra, Calif, until June 9.
That's the deadline when city officials say it must be removed. The sign reads: "Don't Let Your Dog Or Cat Become An Octomom. Always Spay Or Neuter. PETA."
Since giving birth to her eight babies 16 months ago, Nadya Suleman has struggled to pay bills and was in danger of losing her home like so many Americans.
Don't let your daughters do it, either.
Her lawyer negotiated an extension on a $450,000 California mortgage bill that had been due in March, and after PETA stepped in, she made this month's bill!
She declined a more lucrative offer in favor of PETA's.
"It's really a win-win situation for everyone involved," PETA campaign coordinator Amanda Fortino said of helping Octomom and animals at the same time.
Ever generous, the group is also throwing in a month's supply of vegan hot dogs and burgers for Nads and her 14 children. That's a lot of gross hot dogs!
Octomom couldn't be happier: "I love animals and believe they should be spayed or neutered," she said at her home "Humans of course are much different."
Sure, but maybe an exception can be made. Right? Please?