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Chinese Star Shines Light on Animal Overpopulation Crisis

Written by PETA | April 2, 2010

What do you get when you mix actor Laure Shang (winner of the 2006 season of Super Girls, China’s version of American Idol), gleaming body paint, and the pro-bono expertise of acclaimed photographer Zack Zhang? You get PETA Asia’s bona fide animal-saving masterpiece:

 

Laure Shang

 

In this “Shine for Animals: Spay and Neuter” ad, Laure is educating people by letting them know that “No one should bring more animals into the world when countless cats and dogs are suffering and dying for lack of a good home.” Says Shang, “I urge everyone to be part of the solution by always spaying and neutering their animal companions.”

Written by Logan Scherer

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  • kris shulfer says:

    It is about time we get some chinese celebs talking about the over population of animals there and how they are treated…like being thrown around and skinned alive for example!!

  • Carla says:

    Ditto on what Becky said STOP now China skinning dogs and cats it’s repulsive!!!!

  • becky szegda says:

    great job. now STOP murdering dogs and cats for fur….tell China to stop skinning dogscats for fur!!!

  • Jenny says:

    im so glad things are starting to change. keep up the good work china!

  • Bob says:

    Looks like change for the better is taking place in China only wish it was happening quicker. Thank you PETA!!

  • Brien Comerford says:

    I want to thank PETA for the great animal welfarerelated news reported out of China. I pray for that huge nation to respect and protect the lives of our fellow sentient creatures.