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PETA's "Pope Condom" ad seeks to prevent unwanted dogs and cats

Taking their inspiration from Pope Benedict's confusing message regarding condom use for the world's Catholics last Saturday, PETA has launched an international message that takes the Pope's mixed message in a new and unexpected direction:

PETA distributed leaflets to visitors to the Vatican as its first target, and states that they'll be taking this message to churches and cathedrals across the United States.   PETA's message is that the Biblical admonition to 'be fruitful and multiply" brings terrible results for millions of unwanted dogs and cats each year who are brutalized and killed, and encourages the public to bring salvation" to millions of dogs and cats, to "sing the praises of spaying and neutering to everyone."

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