In Michigan, birth control may be controversial when
it comes to humans, but when it
comes to dogs and cats, it’s a no-brainer. As a bill that would restrict birth
control heads to the governor’s desk, PETA is proposing to erect this billboard
in the state capital:

It is estimated that 6 to 8
million unwanted
animals enter our nation’s
animal shelters every year, and only about half leave them alive because of a
lack of good homes. Countless others never make it to shelters and die on the
streets or at the end of a chain.

The key to ending this suffering
is spaying and neutering
animals to
prevent them from producing litter after litter of unwanted animals.

You can help by supporting PETA’s fleet of mobile spay-and-neuter
, which have
spayed and neutered more than 80,000 animals at low to no cost in the 11 years
since the first clinic rolled out of our parking lot, preventing the suffering
of hundreds of thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens.  

And if you have the time, money,
and resources to care for an animal companion, please adopt from a shelter—never
buy an animal from a pet
or breeder

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Article source: PETA Files

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