To mark Easter, the advent of spring, and to celebrate new life, here’s your weekly cuteness fix – some irresistibly adorable baby animals who are guaranteed to put a smile on your face!
“Piglets” by Meneer Zjeroen / CC BY 2.0
These sweeties have beauty and brains – pigs are thought to be smarter than a 3-year-old child!
“Lindenhof Lambs” by Emma Jane Hogbin Westby / CC BY 2.0
Sheep display emotions with their ears, recognise facial expressions, communicate using a variety of vocalisations and can recognise their … Read more.
Easter is a time to give and receive delicious chocolate – why not give animals a gift this Easter, too, by buying dairy- and egg-free chocolate?
Whether your taste runs to white chocolate or decadent dark, you’re on a tight budget or are looking to splash out, you prefer an impressive big egg or a bundle of mini-eggs – given the wonderfully wide range of delicious vegan Easter eggs available in shops and supermarkets this year, you’ll be spoiled by all the choices!
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This Easter weekend, we decided to send Christians a gentle reminder of Christ’s lesson to his followers – that they should “love one another” (John 13:34) and have “compassionate hearts and kindness” (Colossians 3:12).
This poignant ad exhorts the readers of Catholic magazine the Church Times, to show consideration towards animals, such as pigs who are killed for meat, through one simple, powerful gesture – stopping eating them. After all, these intelligent animals don’t want to be killed and turned into an “Easter ham”.
“Blessed are the merciful” (Matt 5:5-9), … Read more.
The Easter bunny is vegan: he’s an herbivore, so he doesn’t eat any animal products at all. He doesn’t even drink milk. In fact, if you think about it, you’ll realise that humans are the only species that drinks the milk of another animal. Our bodies aren’t designed to consume milk beyond infancy, which perhaps explains why up to 60 percent of us worldwide are lactose-intolerant.
At Easter, we’re surrounded by images of cute animals and new life. So isn’t it ironic that so many people celebrate Easter with food that is … Read more.
Want to feel virtuous this Lent? Forget giving up chocolate or alcohol – going vegan is the most powerful pledge you can make. Cutting animal products out of your diet is good for your body and soul: it will benefit your health and make your lifestyle more compassionate as you stop supporting industries that exploit and kill animals.
So take this win-win decision and sign our vegan Lent pledge today. We’ll offer you help and support along the way, and you’ll be experiencing the benefits of being vegan in no … Read more.
Just in time for Easter, Playboy and cover model Sheridyn Fisher is showing her love for rabbits – and “rabbit food” – by wearing only strategically placed lettuce leaves in a new ad for PETA, which encourages everyone to show compassion for bunnies and other animals by embracing vegetarian meals. In the ad, the lettuce bikini–clad Fisher gives herself lettuce leaf “bunny ears” and grins above the words, “Be a Bunny’s Honey. Go Vegetarian.”
“Easter is the perfect time to help bunnies – and pigs, chickens, cows and other animals – simply … Read more.
Did you know the Easter Bunny (like all bunnies) is vegan? So it only makes sense for him to want to hand out vegan, cruelty-free chocolate eggs this Easter. Luckily for him (and for you!), there is no shortage of yummy options to choose from: