Sunny Leone in PETA advertisement
Salaciously wiking her eye, Sunny Leone the Pornstar-turned-Bolywood actress is seen next to the caption of the advertisement that reads T'oo Much Sex Can Be a Bad Thing. Sterilise Your Dogs and Cats' which was designed for the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India.
Sunny, the Indo-Canadian star has endorsed the PETA advertisement promoting the sterlisation of the animals and pets which are homeless all over the world to solve the problem. Sunny was named the Penthouse Pet of the Year in 2003.
Gaurav Sawn was the photographer for this remarkable ad while Leone's hair and make-up were done by Ayesha Wadiwala.
In her interview for PETA she said that she believed in adopting pet and not buying them. She also mentioned that it was the increasing number the dogs have become homeless. It is the greatest gift from your side if you can rescue and adopt an animal she said. She also asked that all dogs should be spayed and neutered to make place for the homeless creatures.
PETA advises adopting an animal rather than buying a dog from a breeder as it would only lead to greater problems such as lack of shelter apart from encouraging the breeders and pet-shops to breed more animals.
'Jism 2' has donated its wardrobe, including sexy lingerie worn by Leone in the film, to PETA for auction. The auction will start from 3rd August 2012.
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