Octomom Joins PETA In Bid To Save Her House
March 25, 2010
Suleman lives with her 14 children, all between the ages of one and four-years-old, in a large house in La Habra.
But the house, the mortgage of which was taken out by her father, had a large balloon payment of $450,000 due two weeks ago.
Now, while her lawyer scrambles to renegotiate the terms on the estate, Nadya is taking cash wherever she can find it.
PETA apparently stepped forward this week, and she accepted an offer to put a sign on her lawn for $5,000 and a months supply of veggie burgers and hot dogs for herself and her kids, saving additional food costs.
The signs says: “Don’t Let Your Dog or Cat Become an Octomom. Always Spay or Neuter.”
Couldn’t someone have said a similar slogan to Suleman before the former mother of six kids she couldn’t afford became fourteen kids she couldn’t afford?