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PETA offers Katie Price £5,000 to stop acquiring animals

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PETA offers Katie Price £5,000 to stop acquiring animals

The organisation is concerned about the rate at which the TV personality gets through her pets. 

PETA have offered Katie Price £5,000 to stop acquiring animals.

Over the years, things have gone horribly wrong with many of the animals under Price’s supervision – at least seven have died, while others have been sold or given away. Despite these issues and much public criticism, the former glamour model continues to obtain more animals, prompting PETA’s proposition.

An extract from the offer letter written by the animal rights organisation’s VP Elisa Allen notes:

“While your intentions may be good, the ever-growing number of animals who have either died under your supervision or been given away is impossible to ignore, and people are rightly concerned. Whatever you may offer as reasons for their suffering, relinquishment, or demise, the fact is that you are consistently harming these sensitive, sentient individuals, and I hope you agree that this is a solution.”

The letter goes on to say that Price’s acceptance of the proposal would be applauded by her fans and send a strong message about the importance of acting in the best interests of animals.

PETA – whose motto reads, in part, “that animals are not ours to abuse in any way” – notes that life with an animal companion can be extremely rewarding, but it’s also a huge responsibility that takes time, resources, patience, and commitment.

For information on how to be a responsible animal guardian, please visit PETA.org.uk

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