Snooki Cleaned Up After Zoo Animals as Part of Community Service

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Snooki has a new reason to party: She's almost completed her court-ordered community service for disturbing others on the beach.

Ever since she was sentenced over the summer, she has been cleaning up after animals at a zoo.

On Sunday, she will sign photos Sunday at the New Jersey's Seaside Heights Community Center for $10-$20 (depending on whether you bring your own photo, reports the Associated Press).

Proceeds go to Donations of Love, which aids local animal shelters.

"The autograph-signing is not technically part of her community service," her lawyer, Raymond Raya, told the AP. "It's just a thank you to her fans who have supported her throughout this whole process, and it raises money for a good cause."

Snooki (real name: Nicole Polizzi), 22, may soon be getting her own MTV spinoff show.

“Execs think a show focusing on Snooki will be a bigger hit, so they pushed JWoww out," an insider tells the new Us Weekly. Said an MTV rep, “We can’t confirm any new Jersey Shore–related programming at this time.”