What’s the difference between a cat producing 14 kittens in 7 years and a human female who does the same thing with babies?
Someone would probably spay the cat.
While inflicting the burden of 14 fatherless kids on society, unemployed Nadya Suleman must think she’s a phenom because her newest litter of 8 is getting worldwide attention — but not all of it good.
She’s hired a PR firm whose spokespeople promise a “heartwarming” story once Suleman is released from the hospital.
I can’t imagine any spin that could make a delusional quest for fame which exploits 14 innocent youngsters heartwarming. Suleman naively wants $2 million for her story, apparently unaware that it won’t begin to put a dent in the cost of raising the mob she’s spawned.
The octuplets could cost millions in medical bills just getting up to speed so Suleman can cram them into her 2- or 3-bedroom bungalow with her parents and her other 6 children.
The woman’s got a serious in vitro habit. If these 14 fail to bring her fame, I’d bet my treats she’ll find some shady doctor willing to help her try again.
Even though she was once a psychiatric technician in a state mental hospital, Suleman may be contemplating a new career as a childcare expert. However, she’s been too busy having babies to know much about caring for babies. Her octuplets are even being fed on donated breast milk.
And while she’s on the road in pursuit of her millions, who will be raising her 14 kids?
If Suleman really wants fame, she should get herself spayed and let some animal welfare group hire her as their poster girl for the folly of irresponsible breeding.