Two PETA members showed up on a street corner in South Carolina, dressed as giant yellow and green condoms.
It's PETA way to remind pet owners to get their four-legged friends fixed.
Their spokesperson explained, "If cats and dogs could wear condoms, millions of animals would be spared suffering and death. But they can't — so it's up to their guardians to take responsibility for spaying and neutering."
The volunteers got a mixed response ranging from support to vulgar heckling, confusion and disapproval.