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CLOSED: Win a PETA Poster Featuring Morrissey

What must-have item should no Moz fan be without? His PETA ad poster!

The rocker is the cat’s meow in the new ad, asking fans to save animals’ lives by always spaying and neutering. You see, thousands of homeless animals are euthanised in shelters every year simply because there aren’t enough good homes for them. Luckily, Morrissey is spreading the message that animal birth control is the solution to our animal overpopulation crisis. And lucky for you, the ad could be yours, as we have five fab posters to give away!

 

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  1. avatar Lisa says:

    I got really excited when I found out that the lead singer of Two Door Cinema Club is vegetarian

  2. avatar Elaine says:

    Meat is Murder inspired me in 1985, even the title shocked and brought home the realism of what I and people around me were doing each and every day without a second thought. I was at high school at the time and I realised we were killing god’s creatures, killing living things, killing the poor defenceless animals which depend on our love and kindness.
    Meat is Murder by Morrissey inspired me to became a vegetarian and introduced me to Peta.
    22 years a vegetarian and almost 5 years a vegan because of the influence of ONE song.
    Amazing when you think about it.

  3. avatar karli fricker says:

    The song ‘In The Name Of Convenience’ by the band Contravene
    It’s all about human attitudes/lack of compassion towards animals.
    The day I heard the song for the first time, I got straight on the phone to my tattooist and asked when his soonest appointment was, because I knew, within seconds, that it perfectly summed up how I felt.
    I now have the lyrics “remove the blindfold from your eyes, you have no right to take their lives” tattooed on my shin, along with a blindfolded lady wearing a fox stole.
    I have many animal rights tattoos, but my Contravene tattoo was my first.
    Contravene and their lyrics were so motivational and inspirational, I knew I wanted to use them to permanatly show that my commitment to veganism was for life!

  4. avatar Brien Comerford says:

    I became a vegetarian in 1978. Paul McCartney is inarguably the artist who has inspired me ever sense then. He and his late wife Linda tirelessly advoacted on behalf of animal rights and ethical vegetarianism in a very classy manner. Sir Paul MACCA is still a diehard vegetarian and true blue animal rights proponent. His daughter Stella McCartney, a talented fashion designer, is also a vegetarian and she only sells cruelty free products.

    I have two favorite animal rights and vegetarian songs.

    Howard Jones: Assault and Battery
    Morrissey: Meat is Murder

  5. avatar vincent monroe says:

    christofer drew inspired me

  6. avatar natalie says:

    sing (m,y chemical romance), but sung by glee inspires me every time i listen to it. it reminds me to not let animals down no matter what and keep making my voice heard not matter what. even if there are people who dis agree with me i will always be proud to support animals and stop them being abused :)

  7. avatar natalie says:

    especially as most of the glee stars are animal friendly!

  8. avatar Laura Dolores says:

    I am inspired by Chrissie Hynde for the tireless campaigning she has done and continues to do to end suffering in the fur trade, as well as her very public commitment to vegetarianism and animal welfare in the food industry.

    A woman entrepreneur who puts ethics at the heart of what she does, she has demonstrated that you can make a career for yourself and be guided by your principles at all times – she totally rocks!

  9. avatar Andrew Waind says:

    The legendary Meat is Murder. The greatest animal rights song ever written.

  10. avatar Miss T Harris says:

    I was already a vegetarian but when I discovered The Smiths, I realized simply being vegetarian wasn’t enough. ‘Meat Is Murder’ brought tears to my eyes, the reality of what is happening everyday. Morrissey gave me the push I needed, since discovering The Smiths I’ve become vegan, and I mean proper vegan in all aspects of my life. I was crippled by social anxiety disorder and unable to work but Morrisseys love and dedication to animals gave me the strength, I now volunteer for Compassion In World Farming. I owe it all to Morrissey/The Smiths, for inspiring me to really make a change in the world. I’d love a poster of the man who gives me the strength each day to fight for animals. Viva Morrissey!!

  11. avatar POI says:

    Meat Means Murder by Conflict.

  12. avatar M Wolstenholme says:

    Having just seen morrissey in concert llistening to the lyrics of meat is murder accompanied by full screen footage of the barbaric treatment of animals really made me proud to be vegetarian! A fantastic way to get the message across! Meat is murder and morrissey”s performance and screen footage the best ever!!!!!

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