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Justin Bieber Promotes Adopting Animals From Shelters

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Justin Bieber for PETA

Justin Bieber had an amazing year filled with chart-topping singles, major television appearances, a Vanity Fair cover, an upcoming documentary about his life called Never Say Never and numerous awards, including an American Music Award for Artist of the Year. Now, this Grammy-nominated breakthrough artist is taking time out of his busy schedule to star in an all-new, heart-warming ad encouraging people to adopt animals from shelters instead of buying them from breeders or pet shops.

Justin sings the praises of our furry friends in his ad that reads, "Animals Can Make U Smile. Adopt From Your Local Shelter". Tens of thousands of homeless dogs and cats enter animal shelters every year in the UK, thousands of whom are destroyed simply because there aren't enough good homes for them, while thousands more are left languishing in animal shelters across the country. Justin wants his fans to know that buying an animal from a pet shop or a breeder takes a home away from a deserving animal waiting in a shelter for a loving family.

In addition to killing a shelter dog's chance at a new life, buying a dog supports puppy farms, cruel breeding operations in which dogs are raised in cramped, crude and filthy conditions. The only solution to the dog and cat overpopulation crisis is spaying and neutering to prevent pregnancies and adopting from animal shelters. So if you're thinking about bringing a cat or a dog into your home, take a cue from Justin and give an animal at a shelter a new leash on life!

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I want to help put an end to animal homelessness. By signing my name, I pledge to support and practice animal birth control by spaying or neutering my animal companion, educating others about the importance of spaying and neutering and never buying animals from breeders or pet shops.

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