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Nadya Suleman may have to find a new home for her own litter soon enough, but in the meantime, the "Octomom" is now part of PETA's campaign for spaying and neutering.
Suleman, 34, who is currently entrenched in foreclosure proceedings, was offered a "small payment" of $5,000 by PETA to put up a pro-spay and neuter sign in her yard that reads "Don't let your cat or dog become an 'octomom'," according to E!
We can't imagine that small payment will help much as Suleman's father, Ed Doud, was allegedly supposed to make a payment of $450,000 on the home on March 10. Suleman and her brood now face foreclosure, but her laywer Jeff Czech is currently trying to get more time to refinance.
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