$1,000 for emergency cash, as well as Medi-Cal benefits to help with mental health and dental issues.No mention of housing assistance.
In the past, Nadya has come up with a slew of bizarre moneymaking schemes to support her brood, including a rather demeaning contract with animal rights group People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) in 2010. That's when PETA rented Nadya's front door for $5,000 for a short time. For that sum, she was to plaster a sign on her door in support of spaying cats and dogs. The 3 x 4 foot plastic sign said:
"Don't Let Your Dog or Cat Become an Octomom. Always Spay or Neuter."
As an added bonus, she was also to receive a free supply of veggie burgers and hot dogs for a month, for all 14 mouths.
Ms Suleman, 34, acknowledged she put the sign on her door partly for the money but added her support of PETA is sincere.Sorry, Nadya, there are some humans who should definitely be neutered, and you happen to be one of those. And we can add Floridian Angel Adams- who bests Nadya by two- to that list. Adams, also in her late thirties, who has 16 kids (10 with one father), thirteen of whom are minors, is another parasite who needs her tubes tied. At least Nadya says she hopes to eventually get off the dole, not so Adams. In fact, Adams thinks we owe her for breeding like a rabbit. And will probably continue to do so as long as she gets help from the government.
"I love animals and I do believe they should be spayed or neutered," she said. "Humans of course are much different."