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It’s Naughty Not to Neuter

Hot on the heels of his Brit award nomination, comes a new collaboration from Naughty Boy. Along with his beloved cat, the delightfully named Naughty Bob, the musician and producer has teamed up with PETA to raise awareness of animal overpopulation.

It's Naughty Not to Neuter!

The man behind the chart-topping single “La La La” and the bestselling album Hotel Cabana, who has worked with artists such as Chipmunk, Wiley and Leona Lewis, shows his nice side in the new ad by encouraging his fans to make sure that their animal companions are practicing “safe sex” and staying out of mischief, because the number of unwanted cats and dogs in this country is leading to a homelessness crisis.

He explains that “there’s no excuse for not neutering. Animal shelters are overcrowded  with dogs and cats, and that will continue as long as too many puppies and kittens are being born. We can fix the problem by ‘fixing’ our dogs and cats”.

Each year, thousands of cats and dogs in animal shelters end up being killed because there aren’t enough good homes for them. Other animals are abandoned on the streets, where they starve to death, are injured or killed by vehicles or fall prey to abuse. Spaying and neutering is the solution.

Naughty Boy (or Shahid Khan as he’s otherwise known) joins an impressive list of celebs who have spoken out on this issue. Simon Cowell, Morrissey and Justin Bieber are among the stars who have come out publicly to support our spay-and-neuter and “Adopt, Don’t Buy” campaigns.

PETA US’ mobile spay-and-neuter clinic is helping to address the problem in America by sterilising thousands of animals a month. You can help, too, by making sure that your furry friends are fixed – spaying just one dog can prevent the birth of an unbelievable 67,000 others  over the course of six years, so it really does make a huge difference.

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  1. avatar Jo Skitt says:

    There is no excuse for not neutering or spaying, there are several charities that will pay the cost of the operation if you genuinely cannot afford to pay for it yourself.
    I have 10 rescued cats, a mix of males & females all of them i got spayed & neutered because i knew i could not afford for any of them to get pregnant.
    I did not want them ending up in pet shops, or on the streets. Every where is overflowing – there is no room left.
    Spaying & neutering should be made compulsary

  2. avatar Tiziana says:

    Neutering? I can’t believe it! Peta is like everyone else that think they are God and can decide about life and death and everything about animalsAnimals are not ours! This is the typical human ‘solution’ to a problem that we created…

  3. avatar Jim ;) Sausage says:

    Peta, animals should be given rights, BUT YOU SHOULDN’T. Im out

  4. avatar Heather Davidson says:

    I agree with having our pets fixed because it’s become a major problem everywhere even in North America, Canada, is where I’m from. Where I’m living I’m not allowed to have pets but, mu mum has my kitty looked after for me. But when I find a better place I will take in as many animals as I can afford to help do my part.

    It’s sad to see animals living on the street or abused or in shelters.
    I hope that one day we will have better solutions to this epidemic

  5. avatar Connie Dotson says:

    I agree with 100%. Too many animals.
    If neutered or spayed will bring animals under control.
    I love all animals.

  6. avatar Jenny Bron says:

    Als je je kat niet sterilisatie en castratie laat doen ,krijgen we alleen nog maar meer zwerfdieren en dat kan toch nooit de bedoeling zijn .

  7. Of course PETA should promote neutering, how else are we going to stop these poor little creatures being born, only to suffer horrible deaths most of them at the hands of the human population, its a pity some humans can’t be neutered too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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