will deliver a letter from animal rights campaigner Brigitte Bardot
to the Canadian ambassador in Paris to protest seal hunting. The star was in the French capital on Valentine's Day to perform a series of burlesque strip shows at the famous Le Crazy Horse club.
And animal-lover Anderson used the opportunity to promote the protection of baby seals and to ask Canada to help prevent seal hunting in the Arctic region.
Speaking at a press conference in the city, she said, "It (seal hunting) sickens me not just as a Canadian but as a human being."
Anderson, 40, also called on the fashion industry to stop using animal pelts.
She added, "The hunt was dead for 20 years, and has been revived, not to honor local customs or conserve cod stocks, but because new markets for fur have opened up in Russia and China."
An impressed Bardot, who was at her home in St. Tropez, France, offered Anderson the best via a speakerphone message. She said: "You are my Valentine, I kiss you."
-Pamela Anderson Pictures
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)