Lacey Banghard: Too Much Sex Can Be Deadly

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Lacey Banghard might have been voted out of the Celebrity Big Brother house only a few days ago, but she’s already teamed up with PETA to stand up for what she believes in – safe sex for cats and dogs!

The curvaceous model took to the streets of London to promote animal sterilisation. As a compassionate person, Lacey is understandably concerned about the massive problem of cat and dog homelessness in the UK and knows that the only solution is animal birth control.

“If cats and dogs could rubber up, tens of thousands of animals would be spared suffering and death every year”, she says. “But they can’t, so it’s up to us to fix the problem – by fixing our animals.”

Each year, thousands of lonely cats and dogs languish in animal shelters while thousands more are killed because there aren’t enough good homes for them. Others are abandoned on the streets, where they starve to death, get injured or killed by vehicles or fall prey to abusers. There is a solution, and it’s called “prevention”. If you have companion animals, please take the responsible decision to get them fixed.


  • Jane commented on January 22, 2013 at 2:38 pm

    Dog and cat breeders should be closed down….we cant find enough loving homes for all the abanoned and abused animals as it is…people shouldn’t be allowed to breed more – it’s crazy!
    Perhaps animal rights groups/sanctuaries etc could petition parliament to ban breeding and fund spaying and neutering clinics instead?
    The situation at the moment is so sad…extreme cases of animal abuse are in the news daily…things MUST change!

    • Ian Grainger commented on February 9, 2013 at 12:27 am

      Most cat owners like us,tend to get adopted by the cats!
      However,at least half the dog owners I know,get a dog from a breeder.
      Makes me angry.
      But of course we don’t say anything.
      Just moan online.

    • susan anne booth commented on February 9, 2013 at 3:36 pm

      Where I am in total agreement, there are far to many animals in need of rescueing and it is very difficult for knew loving homes to be found for them. May I point out a few facts to you.
      Firstly the largest number of them are cross bred, or mongrels, the next are bull breeds or their ctosses, then so called desighner breeds, then a selection of pedigree breeds. Out of these the chance bred mongrels or crossbreeds are in fact the most difficult to control. with all the past emphasis on nuatering one would have expected by now for thee to be none left that could breed, yet there are.!! no one breeds them deliberatly for sale, do they ? The bull breeds and their crosses, now this is a different
      problem, I agree some thing does need to be done it is a serious problem, they are being bred for the wrong reason by unscruples people in most cases, can be dangerious and are very difficult if not impossibe to rehome and one asked is it safe to rehome them. The so called designe dogs, well I have to say anyone who knows anything about genes knows crossing breeds can produce more problems than either breed has, so they can be problems when they dont turn out as the purchaser hoped, for instance the Labradoodle whos’ coat may look a bit like a poodle but moults just as badly as a Labrador when they wanted a none moulter. No guarentee whick gene the puppies will inherit. Then come the pedigrees. well these fall into so many different catgrees, but the damage is done by the puppy farmers and the pet breeders all looking to make money or pocket money by breeding the popular breeds. I know as I showed and bred Labradors for many years,also curly coated retrievers and cocker spaniels too for a while. I know the problem only too well, TO do the job properly and fairly you dont make any money everything taken into account, but these people do because they do it as cheaply as possibel cut corners and dont abide by the law. The dog breeding law is so full of loop holes as to be utterly useless. Every succesive goverment fail to adress this problem mainly because they dont understand the subject and what they are dealing with. To totaly outlaw any dog breeding altogeathe is absolutly outragous and rediculous. It would deprive people of many wonderful companions and pets, and many wonderful helper dogs and other worling dogs. Involving animal rights groups would be a bit like asking the national front to lobby parlament against imagraton because there are tomany imagrents comming into the country, Some thing does want doing yes but when people start talking silly other paople back aay then nothing is done. By the way how many pedigee cats end up in rescue? not may, do you know anyone who breeds Moggies bcause I dont. it would hardly be worth a couple of pounds for each kit, it costs more to feed them. I do hope I have made my point. We do need to get the goverment to do something about it. but they just neve ge it right. they dont involve the right people dot find out enough about it first.

    • SUE GRIFFITHS commented on February 10, 2013 at 1:17 am

      I wholeheartedly agree with Jane. All animal breeding must be banned. There is no such thing as a reputable breeder. There is one reason and one reason only that people breed and sell the animals and that is money! Each pup or kitten sold is taking a loving home away from the precious animals on death row in shelters. What is the matter with people who have to buy pets? Are they stupid, unintelligent or just plain uncaring and couldn’t care less about healthy animals being put to sleep? Wake up people! DON’T BUY ANIMALS.

  • Brien Comerford commented on January 23, 2013 at 2:11 am

    All animals that overpopulate ranging from dogs, feral cats, deer, mice and rats should never be killed. It’s best to feed them tasty food laced with potent contraceptives that can humanely curtail their populations.

  • caz gardner commented on January 24, 2013 at 10:52 am

    Please have your dogs and cats sterallised there are far too many bred either in ignorance or for profit. I know that in 2010 22,000.00 healthy dogs were put to sleep the numbers rise dramatically each year its horrendous.

    A guy came for interview with my company recently has paid a thousand pounds for a dog then wanting to breed off it I told him in no uncertain terms that he has a responsibility to the animals to think beyond his greed….but will he… I doubt it.
    please please have your dogs and cats neutered

  • RUTH commented on January 25, 2013 at 9:06 am

    There has got to be something done to prevent more animals being bred,either in factory farms where they are eaten,or bred for profits as pets ect,its horrendously cruel how animals are treated as a THING or PRODUCT and disregarded by many many people,its disgusting! People have got the power to use and abuse animals and it is morally wrong and damaging!
    The problem will not go away,it needs to be solved,and controlling the animal population seems to be the answer and makes perfect sense!

  • Pippa Willow commented on February 9, 2013 at 3:37 pm

    There are a lot of people now choosing to breed dogs and cats as a life stlyle choice – easy money – litters of puppies or kittens adveristed in the local paper will attract buyers, potential buyers are not that bothered if they are not pedigrees as long as it is a cheap puppy or kitten. Local councils need to crack down on back street breeders and anyone in social housing should they think about breeding would be in breach of their tennancy and be evicted if they ingnored it. Spaying & neutering is helping but not 100% it needs back up.

  • chander kumar soni commented on February 9, 2013 at 4:54 pm

    i agreee.

  • jessıca commented on February 28, 2013 at 6:52 am

    I thınk that PETA ıs an ınsparatıon to people who actually care about there anımals…
    Thıs ıs a sıde of anımal abuse that ı had never heard of before. Thankyou we wıll share the awareness…x

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