CHICAGO (CBS)–A dog that froze to death last year in suburban Glendale Heights has prompted PETA to launch a new ad campaign that’s appearing in malls in the Chicago suburbs.

The nationwide campaign features rap artist Eve posed with a dog and focuses on the danger cold poses to pets.

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The ads are at Algonquin Commons in Algonquin, Golf Mill Shopping Center in Niles, North Riverside Park Mall in North Riverside and Yorktown Center in Lombard.

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 “The number of animals who freeze to death each winter on a chain or in a barren doghouse is tragic, and these deaths are utterly preventable,” said PETA Vice President Colleen O’Brien in a press release. “PETA’s ads urge people to take dogs indoors, where they’re safe and warm, and not to abandon them outdoors to fend for themselves through Illinois’ bitter winters.”


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