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Archive for November, 2011

  • 15
  • Nov

Dogs and Cats in Trouble in Ukraine

Update: ‎70 PETA Germany activists held a protest in front of the Ukrainian Embassy in Berlin today 16 November to protest the cat and dog killing prior to the European Championship 2012.


Did you know that in Ukraine, a dog or cat found wandering the streets can be shot on sight or poisoned and left to suffer? Their bodies are tossed into a cremation truck and burned, and some are reportedly burned while alive. It is estimated that in the city of Kiev alone, 20,000 dogs have already been killed in these … Read more.


  • 10
  • Nov

Bill ‘Santa’ Oddie Delivers Bag of Coal to ‘Naughty’ Fortnum & Mason

Much-loved wildlife expert Bill Oddie made an unexpected appearance at Fortnum & Mason’s Christmas window unveiling today dressed as Santa Claus to call on Fortnum & Mason to be good, for goodness’ sake, and stop selling foie gras! Oddie stunned shoppers as he loudly explained that Fortnum & Mason pays producers in France to force-feed geese until their livers become grossly enlarged so that Fortnum & Mason can sell the “torture in a tin”. Oddie also delivered a bag of coal for Managing Director Beverley Aspinall, to whom he wrote in SeptemberRead more.


  • 10
  • Nov

Shop Online at the Body Shop and 10 Per Cent Will Go to PETA

If you want to smell good, look good and feel good (all at once!), there’s never been a better time than now to head to The Body Shop online store.

We’ve teamed up with The Body Shop once again to help make the world a better place for animals. In 2009, The Body Shop Foundation helped PETA fund scientific testing of the EpiDerm test, which can replace the old skin-irritation test in which rabbits were used to test cosmetics and other products. The EpiDerm test and other similar non-animal testing methods … Read more.


  • 02
  • Nov

PETA’s ‘Bunnies’ Take Over Oxford Street!

Our colossal “cottontails” joined in the festivities at Oxford Street last night as the famous London shopping area switched on their Christmas lights. The giant rabbits spread holiday cheer by urging shoppers to go fur-free this holiday season.

Buying fur coats, collars or cuffs made from animals who have been bludgeoned to death, strangled, electrocuted and even skinned alive goes against the Christmas spirit of peace and compassion. With so many fashionable, comfortable and warm faux-fur and pleather options available today, there is no excuse for buying bits and pieces of any … Read more.


  • 01
  • Nov

Semi-Naked TV Presenter ‘Served Up’ as Food on World Vegan Day

To mark World Vegan Day today, presenter and actor Sarah-Jane Honeywell lay virtually naked on a giant plate – complete with to-scale cutlery, chips and peas above a banner that read, “Try to Relate to Who’s on Your Plate. Go Vegan”. She encouraged passers-by to have compassion for the billions of animals who are abused and killed as part of the meat, egg, dairy and fishing industries every year and was accompanied by PETA supporters who handed out copies of PETA’s vegetarian/vegan starter kit.

“Going vegan is the best decision I’ve … Read more.


  • 01
  • Nov

Feeding the Future (Infographic)

On October 31, 2011, the world’s population hit 7 billion people. Our current food system is incapable of addressing the needs of so many, and it’s up to us to make a change in the way we eat.

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If you’d like to put an end to world hunger, environmental destruction, and cruelty to animals, do your part and pledge to be veg today.… Read more.