Yes, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is at it again. The organization is unveiling a racy new ad promoting their animal birth control (ABC) campaign, featuring model and burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese.
The ad campaign, which is said to tackle "the issue of companion animal overpopulation and urges people to do their part by taking simple steps to help end this crisis," shows Dita standing in front of a blackboard, cinched in by a powder-pink corset, wearing stilettos and fishnet stockings and a seated bookish-looking older man stares up at her.
The ad quotes the burlesque queen as saying, "Every year, thousands of dogs and cats are put to death in Britain because there are not enough good homes. You can help prevent this always spay or neuter your animals, and if you're considering adding a dog or cat to your family, please adopt from your local rescue shelter."
The ad has been unveiled Monday September 24th in Los Angeles by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, just days after its veggie ad featuring naked Alicia Silverstone being banned from airing in Houston.
Watch behind-the-scenes footage from Dita's photo shoot and her exclusive interview with PETA at PETA .org.