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At petaDishoom we've created a new lingo to express our love for animals by teaching the ABC's to people in Maharashtra. No, we're not talking about our new literacy drive, but something just as important: Animal Birth Control (a.k.a ABC).
Pam Anderson recently wrote a letter to the Supreme Court stating, ”Dogs cannot use condoms, but with the municipality’s help, they can be ‘fixed’ — painlessly, quickly and permanently.” Following her letter, the Supreme Court made an official ruling outlawing killing of stray dogs.
So with the new SC ruling of not killing strays at random, we decided to organize an ABC awareness demonstration with students of SICSR college for the NEN Entrepreneurship Week to help prevent even more animal suffering. We went to residential colonies, supermarkets and the busy streets of Pune to spread some love and let people know that ‘Killing is not a solution, sterilization is’. And yes, we were really cool at it.
You can be a part of such cool campaigns by helping us organize a few. Just send us your ideas at email@example.com.
Btw, have you had your dog spayed or neutered yet ? If not, contact your nearest vet and get your dog spayed or neutered right away! You can also help us spread ABC awareness in your community by joining our Street Team today!
I've got some great news for all you animal lovers out there! Pamela Anderson’s letter to the Municipal Commisioner Jairaj Pathak sure made waves and struck a chord with the Supreme court of India. Pamela wrote this letter after HC gave a ruling saying that stray canines that 'create a nuisance' by, say, barking too much, can be killed. The verdict applied not only to the estimated 70,000 stray dogs in the city, but to canines in all of Maharashtra and Goa.
In the letter, Anderson wrote, ”Dogs cannot use condoms, but with the municipality’s help, they can be ‘fixed’ — painlessly, quickly and permanently.” Following her letter, the Supreme Court made an official ruling outlawing killing of stray dogs.
When the Baywatch star speaks, authorities definitely listen. Join Ms. Anderson and raise your voice for animals by becoming a member of the petaDishoom Street Team.
The wait is over and the winners have been announced: Bollywood actor Kareena Kapoor and cricket star S Sreesanth have been crowned the winners of petaDishoom's annual Sexiest Vegetarians Alive poll.
Four-time Filmfare award-winner Kareena Kapoor (who has appeared in more than 31 movies) captured the female title for the second year in a row, and Sreesanth’s taken over the veggie pitch by joining the sexy bandwagon.
Bollywood hotties Shahid Kapoor and Vidya Balan garnered the next highest numbers of votes. Other top contenders include Olympic Bronze Medallist Sushil Kumar, actor Pamela Anderson, Mallika Sehrawat, musician Sir Paul McCartney and designers Anita Dongre and Hemant Trevedi.
When you have role models like these, you surely have a reason to pledge to become a vegetarian. Becoming a vegetarian is the best thing you can do for the environment and your mirror.
So join these stars and adopt a vegetarian diet today!
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