Wearing a red T-shirt that read “Fight Breeding Adopt,” Octo-mom unveiled a banner at her front door of her home Wednesday morning that reads "Don't Let Your Dog or Cat Become an Octo-mom. Always Spay or Neuter," RadarOnline.com has confirmed.
“All my children have a loving home,” Nadya Suleman said in a statement, “but the sad fact is that there are not nearly enough good homes for the more than 8 million dogs and cats who enter animal shelters each year.”
She also said “Always say no to Octo-mom cats and dogs.”
Although the single mother of 14 is getting $5,000 from PETA and a month’s supply of veggie burgers and hotdogs for the banner, she said “I wholeheartedly believe animals should be spayed and neutered.”
Attorney Jeff Czech says “she thinks it’s funny, it’s cute.” He also said that the kids eat a very healthy diet and the veggie burgers are in line with that.
Nadya also revealed that he children “desperately want a dog,” but when the time is right she says the dog “will definitely be spayed and neutered.”
In March, People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals offered Nadya the money to help her from defaulting on her mortgage.
According to the seller of the house, Amer Haddadin, Suleman missed a $450,000 balloon payment due in March and she didn't make the last $4,139 mortgage payment and was late on three payments.
Suleman denies that saying she’s not losing her home. Suleman became famous in January 2009 when she gave birth to octuplets—six boys and two girls.