Otomom, Nadya Suleman has accepted an offer from PETA, $5,000 and a month’s supply of vegan hot dogs and hamburger patties for her family of 15 in exchange for a sign on her front lawn. The Octomom PETA ad highlights the famous “octomom” name and makes somewhat of a positive use of it. The sign says “Don’t let your dog or cat become an ‘octomom’,” it reads, “Always spay or neuter. PETA.” Next to the text is a picture of a mother cat with several kittens feeding from her.
An other strange offer from Vivid adult entertainment was to offer to pay Nadya’s home off if she appeared in a movie for them. Octomom’s lawyer wrote back to them saying she was more interested in animals than humans.
Octomoms PETA Sign
The ad — which, in light of Suleman’s status as a paparazzi magnet, is likely to attract a lot of eyeballs — makes light of the mother of 14’s “Octomom” nickname. “Don’t let your dog or cat become an ‘octomom’,” it reads, “Always spay or neuter. PETA.” Pictured beside the text is a mother cat nursing a litter of young kittens.