ORLANDO, FL – Tiger Woods recent fall from grace has been used by a popular organization to convey a very important message!
Tiger Woods will soon appear on a PETA billboard in his hometown. The animal rights organization has created a graphic showing the golfer accompanied by an all caps message.
“TOO MUCH SEX CAN BE A BAD THING … for little tigers too. Help keep your cats (and dogs) out of trouble. Always spay or neuter!”
PETA explains the reasoning behind their ad with a blog post on their website. “One unsprayed female cat and her offspring can produce an estimated 420,000 cats in only seven years, and a female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 puppies in six years. Many of those animals end up unwanted and unloved, often dropped off at animal shelters that are already bursting at the seams. Just as we all know and accept the sky is blue, we know that every time a breeder or pet store sells an animal, an animal in an animal shelter loses his or her life.”
A very true and important mention, but no real clear explanation as to why Tiger is on the ad. “Tiger has no formal affiliation with the organization and has not previewed or endorsed the ad but the image and the idea were too good to pass up when it comes to helping find homes for animals who will otherwise be left in the cold,” said PETA Executive Vice President Daphna Nachminovitch in a statement.
It remains to be seen if the ad will stick around and many think that PETA is taking a risky road and that they could have come up with something better. There will certainly be criticism towards the ad

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4 thoughts on “TIGER WOODS AND PETA”

  1. This pic of Tigger is absolutely ugly as a sewer pipe. He thinks he's soooo cute. He texted that girl saying "I think you like me cause I'm Blasian". Yeah – that it's it Tiger. I never knew you were half Asian and yet I always thought you looked like a chipmunk who thinks he is GOD.


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