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George Lopez Wants to Reduce the Number of Animals in Shelters

 - Jan 12, 2017
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George Lopez is a comedian, actor and talk show host who is adding activist to his resume with his partnership with PETA.

In an ad that claims "Fixing Your Animals is Chingon" (or great), the actor talks about the necessity of spaying and neutering pets. Being an L.A. native, the actor grew up seeing stray cats and dogs everywhere since people didn't sterilize their pets. People who don't sterilize pets also increase the chances of animals ending up in animal shelters, where half end up being euthanized due to a lack of resources and homes. The campaign encourages pet owners to spay and neuter them in order to maintain the health and safety of animals.

By using his celebrity and influence to promote this cause, George Lopez is adding to the growing number of voices that are against the cruelty and mistreatment of animals.