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‘Too Much Pussy Can Be a Bad Thing,’ says Victoria Scone

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‘Too Much Pussy Can Be a Bad Thing,’ says Victoria Scone

Victoria Scone, the first woman drag queen to compete in a RuPaul’s Drag Race series is surrounding herself with frisky felines in a new PETA message to remind animal guardians to “get that kitty fixed”.

The PETA campaign comes just days after the first series of Drag Race Germany ended with a historic conclusion – Pandora Nox became the first woman to win the competition in the history of the franchise, claiming victory over runner-ups Metamorkid and Yvonne Nightstand.

While here in the UK Victoria Scone – who starred in RuPaul’s Drag Race UK and Canada’s Drag Race: Canada vs. the World – is concerned about too much of a good thing. Every year, hundreds of thousands of dogs and cats end up in animal shelters, and many of them have to be euthanised simply because there aren’t enough good homes for them.

Drag Race Germany last week saw Pandora Nox become the first woman to win the competition in the history of the franchise

The solution is prevention through spaying and neutering. PETA also encourages those who are ready and able to welcome a companion animal into their family to adopt from a shelter or rescue group and to never buy from breeders, pet shops, or online retailers – which contribute to the homeless animal overpopulation crisis.

Victoria Scone:

“I never thought I’d say this, but too much pussy can be a bad thing. Cats can start reproducing at just 4 months old and can have three litters of kittens in just one year. I’m happy to join my friends at PETA to remind everyone that the suffering and deaths of homeless cats is 100% preventable through spaying or neutering your kitty girl or boy.”

Scone joins a long list of celebrities – including Simon Cowell, Alan Carr, Gillian Anderson, and fellow RuPaul’s Drag Race star Scaredy Kat – who have teamed up with PETA entities to promote kindness to animals.

Victoria Scone, the first woman drag queen to compete in a RuPaul’s Drag Race series is surrounding herself with frisky felines in a new PETA message to remind animal guardians to “get that kitty fixed”.

PETA/Victoria Scone image by Magnus Hastings

Drag Race can be found streaming at WOW Presents Plus with various international iterations of the franchise to view.

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