Sarah McLachlan did an interview after those commercials stopped being aired by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) in which she shared that she was an emotional wreck when watching the final commercial. She described these adds as “Brutal”.
The commercial originally aired in 2007, and managed to raise $30 million in the first two years of its release, according to The New York Times. It’s the most successful fundraising effort for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, so clearly those who are able to withstand watching the ad know it’s important. That, or those who can’t but still made a donation anyway. Either way, it works, and we’re happy puppies and kittens are being taken care of.
But our winner this week, really went for it, and their winning image hit it home. They flew away with the win this week, on constructs of wings, rather than actual body parts, but the judges didn’t have to worry about the violent flurry of scratching and punching, to award this model with the title! However I am certain that they would not be comfortable with anyone thoroughly inspecting their backside! (No, I’m not losing my mind… I’m paraphrasing the description box… )
The judges thought your image was not only absolutely adorable, and it really fit the theme for the week.
As for Ona, well she’s not crying… she just finished her shift cutting onions… at the dust factory… during allergy season…
(Leaked footage of Ona after this round…)
Come back next week for a round so intense, you wont believe it. No actually, don’t believe me. It isn’t that intense. But it will be amazing, just like my beautiful models!