Kristen Bell is looking to score.

The Veronica Mars alum teamed up with Thrive Market to create a PSA to promote a petition to allow food stamps to be used online. In the adorable video, Bell approaches the Internet—in this case, a girl standing behind a table with a sign that reads "Internet"—in order to "score" a sloth. More specifically, Bell wants a Pygmy three-toed sloth, or, "you know...that good shiz."

When the young girl a.k.a. the Internet tells her that all she'd need is an address and a credit card, Bell says it's not possible to buy a sloth online.

"Even the biggest sloth lover in the world—me—knows you can't keep a perfect, exotic, endangered animal as a pet," she says. "Despite how badly I want one."

Kristen Bell, PSA

Thrive Market

The PSA ends with a powerful message: "You can buy anything online, even a sloth...But you can't buy healthy food using food stamps."

To sign the petition, head to www.thriveaction.org.

An incredibly charitable star, Bell previously opened up to E! News about one of her favorite pastimes: perusing GoFundMe campaigns to find new ones she can support. "I sometimes at night just randomly search through GoFundMe pages," the Bad Moms star told E! News exclusively. "Flipping through GoFundMe pages is like my new sloth videos that I do late at night to make me happy."

One time Bell donated $10,000 to Sun Cedar, a nonprofit organization that helps those in need. "I felt like there weren't as many donations as I'd wanted to see, and often times when you have a larger donation you can send out another email saying 'closer to our goal' and I wanted them to have the ability to do that," she explained. "And I also just believe in the organization."

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