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Pam on the Loose All Week!

Written by PETA | August 19, 2008
Pam Anderson and Dan Mathews

E!’s newest documentary series, Pam: Girl on the Loose, follows our favorite animal rights advocate, Pamela Anderson, around in her everyday adventures. We admit that it’s our latest guilty pleasure.

Tonight, you can catch Pam and Dan Mathews, PETA’s senior vice president, as they attend the White House Correspondents Dinner in Washington, D.C. E! calls the episode “Crazy Bitch,” but Pam and Dan fondly refer to it as “Washington or Bust” (Tuesday, August 19, 10:30 p.m. EST, E!, in syndication all week). This was Pam’s first visit to D.C. since becoming a U.S. citizen and the same visit during which Pam hand-delivered a PETA report to Capitol Hill blasting animal testing. Pam says: “Being a citizen excites me not just because I can vote, but because I can crack the whip on Capitol Hill to defend animals.”

The show’s behind-the-scenes footage includes everything from Pam and Dan’s planning their upcoming escapades during a camping trip to Dan discussing talking points from the bathtub before their appearance on Larry King Live.

Oh, Pam. You make our hearts happy.

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  • Mike Quinoa says:

    Very sad story Timothy. Did the vet determine for a fact that Rolley was poisoned and if so with what kind of poison? Maybe you could approach the animal cruelty investigators of your local humane society and see if they have any ideas.

  • Timothy Martin says:

    Dear Miss Anderson. Recently we had an onwner of our complex tell us and I quote” That dog has to go immdediately” then 2 days later she died of poisoning my kids were heartbroken. My question is this. Do you know of anywhere I can get some support to try and prosecute this person for poisoning our dog? Many other’s have said Eugen Klein most likely poisoned her and I need some help.Rolley died very fast and I’m sure in a lot of pain although I tried to make her comfortable there was nothing I could do. The vey said because she died so fast that it certainly sounds like someone poisoned her. Any advice would certainly be appreicated from ANYONE. Regards. Timothy Martin

  • LivingIsLearning says:

    Pamela Anderson makes being an animal activist look good… really good. Funny how a pretty girl got you guys right in the door in the episode! lol

  • leann says:

    Just wanted to thank Pam for opening me up to Peta and what it stands for. I respect Pam more than ever after seeing how far she goes has gone and will go for animals

  • sundance says:

    Pam is such a intelligent choice for PETA to use as an advocate for animals. Lots of people admire her for her work and contributions to a civilized society. GO PETA you Rock!

  • nancy says:

    I am such a fan of everyone at Peta and of Pam…She does so much for so many animals…I really admire her and everything she does! I am glad there are so many people out there doing what they can for animals….

  • John Carmody says:

    Pam Ireland loves you THANK you so much for defending animals and using your celebrity to help them

  • Tammy says:

    Gotta love Pam!

  • Elizabeth says:

    Hey Pam Although i am not yet a vegitarian and i still wear leather I am a big supporter of you and of peta. Meat has been really hard to give up. I think that your work is great and so very important. I do hope to someday give up meat forever. I’m sure that u know it’s hard at times. I’ve seen footage and such but I still crave meat. I don’t want to. I have seen footage of how horribly animals are treated and even what vets do to bring the meat to us. It’s so hard to watch. I’ll get there though. Keep me in your thoughts. I am trying. Elizabeth Hayden KY

  • Gennifer Moore says:

    Thank you Pam for being such an intelliegnt and beutiful person inside and out! I’m glad you are a citizen now and can use your celebrity for such good deeds!

  • Alicia says:

    I think it’s great that Pam does so much to help animals.

  • Michelle Dowell says:

    i have always been such a huge fan of pam and loved animals. when i learned about the dedication pam has had to animals i couldnt have loved her more. i admire her so much for her dedication and hope to be more like her when i grow up.

  • Judith says:

    I just adore these two!!!!! Peace for all animals! Most of my heroes wear masks!