Giant Dancing Condoms Invade City To Save Pets
Things are different in Canada. For proof, look no further than this PETA demonstration last week in Toronto featuring two fuzzy, giant dancing condoms.
The dancing condoms were meant to raise awareness for Canadians to get their dogs and cats ‘fixed’ (and by fixed, they mean spayed or neutered, which we’re pretty sure dogs and cats don’t see as fixing anything for them). To be clear, there are no condoms for dogs and cats because, without opposible thumbs, they can’t open the wrapper, much less buy them at the drug store. Talk about animal cruelty.
Apparently dog and cat birth rates are out of control in Canada to the point where dogs and cats could soon storm the US border, start their own hockey league or almost outnumber guys at a Rush concert. Almost.
All joking aside, this PETA movement is a worthwhile campaign, since dogs and cats who don’t have homes can cause overcrowding issues at shelters, necessitate increased euthanization and create a health hazard in some city areas.
Consider it a test. If giant condoms can help save animals, perhaps they can make some headway toward easing Europe’s monetary crisis. Get those prophylactics on a plane, stat!