PETA willing to pay Nadya ‘Octomom’ Suleman for ad campaign

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LOS ANGELES – Things have appeared to be going to the dogs for octuplets’ mom Nadya Suleman, who is in danger of losing her home.

Now it turns out that dogs — and cats, too — might be able to keep a roof over the heads of Suleman and her 14 children.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals heard of a planned foreclosure on Suleman’s California house and has offered an undisclosed sum to put a sign in her front yard: “Don’t Let Your Dog or Cat Become an Octomom. Always Spay or Neuter.”

PETA’s Amanda Fortino says Suleman’s attorney is considering the offer. A message left with the attorney was not immediately returned.

The house’s mortgage holder says Suleman is in default on a $450,000 balloon payment due two weeks ago.