K'taka: Mins get invited to watch 'Kitty Porn' in Assembly


Karnataka porngate scandal
New Delhi, Feb 28: With the Porngate row proving fatal for three Karnataka Ministers, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wants to take maximum mileage out of the stinker saga. The animal rights organisation has written to the Karnataka assembly speaker urging him to screen the video titled 'Kitty Porn' in the Assembly to sensitise the lawmakers on the need to sterilise stray cats and dogs.

This strange request was made by PETA India. Poorva Joshipura, chief functionary of PETA India commented, "We have sent a letter to K.G. Bopaiah, speaker of the Karnataka assembly, urging him to show PETA India's 'Kitty Porn' video to the entire assembly to spur support for sterlisation of cats and dogs."

The 'Kitty Porn' video shows robotic cats engaged in consummation and producing more kittens. The video sends across a message for the need for sterilisation of cats and dogs.

Joshipura stated, "Unlike the ministers, who were watching porn simply to get off, watching PETA's 'Kitty Porn' video could help get tens of thousands cats and dogs off the streets. The lives of unwanted cats and dogs, who roam the streets or languish in shelters are no lives at all, and sterilisation is the only answer."

PETA wants to air the video in the Karnataka Assembly to enable the action to spark off a discussion on the stray animals that are shelterless and have nowhere to go. The group also hoped that the lawmakers would take the necessary steps to support sterilisation efforts for stray animals. The move is also expected to encourage Karnataka residents to sterilise their animal friends.

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