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PETA Using Tiger Woods For Cat Neutering Ad? What in the Blue Hell?

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, February 24th, 2010
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I will mark this article as when the whole Tiger Woods situation “Jump The Shark”. PETA who is ten times worse than Tiger in my eyes, creates a billboard using Tiger’s transgressions as a way to promote the neutering of dogs and cats.

Are you serious?

I repeat

Are you serious?

I know we have all had fun at Tiger Woods expense, but this is taken it too far.  Tiger of course did not give his permission for the billboard, but here is what PETA had to say.

“Tiger has no formal affiliation with the organization and has not previewed or endorsed the ad but the image and the idea were too good to pass up when it comes to helping find homes for animals who will otherwise be left out in the cold,” PETA Executive Vice President Daphna Nachminovitch in a statement. “People can hit a hole-in-one for their animals by having them spayed and neutered. The millions of cats and dogs born each year in this country without good homes to go to don’t make tabloid headlines, but their suffering is 100 percent real.”

This woman did not say:

“People can hit a hole in one for their animals.”

If I was Tiger I would sue them for 100 million dollars. This is getting ridiculous. PETA is one of the most manipulative organizations in the world. They are making millions of dollars tax free and I am pretty sure that money isn’t going to help Scooby Doo, but I digress.

Then again maybe I shouldn’t be too hard on them since Howard Stern is trying to get a beauty pageant together for Tiger’s mistresses.

Why didn’t someone tell Tiger this could have all been avoided if he just told the truth at the beginning.

Wait someone did. It was me.

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