Model/Real Housewife of Miami Joanna Krupa Unveils PETA Campaign at Sublime

Joanna Krupa -- Playboy model, Dancing With the Stars alum, and the newest cast addition to the hit Bravo reality series Real Housewives of Miami -- was at Sublime in Fort Lauderdale recently to celebrate the unveiling of her new PETA ad, which reminds us to adopt our furry companions.

Krupa, who was named one of E!'s sexiest women, is not just another pretty face. The model turned businesswoman is a frequent contributor on Fox Business.

Besides being drop-dead gorgeous and smart, Krupa is kind. An ardent supporter of PETA and the Humane Society, Krupa states on her website a simple mission in life: "helping those who depend on us the most: children and animals." Awwwwww.

The PETA campaign unveiled at Sublime depicts a winged, topless Krupa, holding a rosary and hugging a small Yorkie. Everyone repeat after us -- lucky dog! 

At the event, Krupa asserted her support for PETA's animal adoption campaign. "We're spreading the word that breeding your dog or cat isn't the way to go," said Krupa. "Somebody needs to put their foot down and stop this breeding and these hideous puppy mills. Dogs're in these little tiny cages for life. It makes me so angry, and if our government doesn't do anything about it, I have to."

Pictures of the leggy Miami housewife, after the jump:

Joanna Krupa poses with her new PETA ad, which depicts her as an angel to homeless dogs.

Krupa greets fan on the Sublime step-and-repeat.

Playboy model/business woman/PETA supporter makes a vegan pizza at Sublime.

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