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  • 22
  • Oct

Ugo Monye Tackles Fur Industry in New PETA Ad

He’s known for his speed on the pitch – but the legions of Harlequins fans might not know that Ugo Monye is just as quick to speak out against the cruelty of the fur industry.

England’s international rugby star is the latest celeb to strip down for PETA’s “Ink, Not Mink” ad campaign calling on fans to ditch fur.

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“Animals used for fur sometimes have their skin ripped off them while they’re still alive – that’s not OK”, Monye says. “I hope that by being a part of the ‘Ink, Not Mink’ … Read more.


  • 14
  • May

Nathan Cleverly: Knock Out Cruelty!

Boxer stars naked in anti-fur ad for PETA

Welsh boxer and former world champion Nathan Cleverly is the latest sports star to pose in his tattoos – and little else – in aid of a good cause.

In the anti-fur ad, which was shot by celeb photographer Trevor Leighton, the light-heavyweight shows off his impressive ink as well as his big heart. He explains:

As a boxer, I face my fears whenever I step into the ring, but I still can’t imagine the fear an animal experiences as they’re beaten and skinned alive for their fur. I hope my PETA

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  • 06
  • May

Everton Goalkeeper Tim Howard Defends Animals Wanted for Fur

Everton and Team USA goalkeeper Tim Howard is no stranger to serious pain, having played with a dislocated finger and two broken bones in his back. However, he knows that is nothing compared to the pain that animals go through in the fur industry. The goalkeeper has teamed up with PETA for our “Ink, Not Mink” campaign, which focuses on the cruelty of the fur trade. The striking ad was shot by celebrity photographer Trevor Leighton.

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Minks spend their entire lives confined to tiny, filthy wire cages, where they are … Read more.


  • 03
  • Mar

Jimi ‘Poster Boy’ Manuwa KOs Fur in New PETA Ad

Jimi “Poster Boy” Manuwa, the fearsome UFC phenomenon, is undefeated in the ring, and the next opponent he’d like to knock out is the fur industry. He is fighting cruelty to animals as the latest star to appear in PETA’s “Ink, Not Mink” ad series.

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Jimi wants to be the first Brit to win a UFC belt, and with a fighting record of 14-0, he is well on his way. But he took a break from training to encourage people to be kind to animals.

“Animals beaten, gassed and electrocuted for fur … Read more.


  • 15
  • Jan

Chinese Star Speaks Language of Compassion in Bold New Photo Shoot

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Wang Ke, top model and China’s most famous tattoo artist, will be the star of PETA Asia‘s first-ever ad in the iconic “Ink, Not Mink” series, which will be released in the coming weeks! “Tattoos can be painful”, Wang says, “but they’re nothing compared to the agony of being electrocuted and skinned alive.”

China is the world’s largest supplier of fur, and foxes, raccoons, minks, cats, dogs and other animals are treated with appalling cruelty on factory farms in the country. However, many Chinese citizens don’t realise that these … Read more.


  • 01
  • Jan

Danny Cipriani Bares His Skin to Help Animals Keep Theirs

Danny Cipriani is the first-ever rugby player to star in PETA’s iconic “Ink, Not Mink” ad series! The Sale Sharks’ fly-half shows off his tattoos, his chiselled physique and his respect for animals in order to raise awareness of the cruel fur industry.

Danny’s new ad, which was shot by top photographer Trevor Leighton, highlights the growing trend among celebrities and athletes to speak out against stolen skins. As Danny says, “The rugby pitch is known for being a tough environment, but it’s nothing compared to what some animals go through when … Read more.


  • 12
  • Nov

Jade Dernbach: Ink, Not Mink

Tattooed heartthrob Jade Dernbach may not fit the typical image of an English cricketer, but with his new ad for PETA, he’s decisively bowled cruelty out. The South African–born fast bowler, who plays for Surrey, is the latest star of our “Ink, Not Mink” campaign, which highlights the barbarity of the fur trade.

To say that locking minks in tiny cages, anally electrocuting them and ripping the skin from their backs while they’re still alive (and sometimes conscious) is just not cricket is the understatement of the century.

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Jade explains why he … Read more.


  • 08
  • Mar

Waka Flocka Flame Strips Down for New PETA Campaign

Wearing nothing but strategically placed bling, rapper Waka Flocka Flame shows off his tattoos – and more – in his brand-new PETA campaign ad, with the message “Ink, Not Mink. Be Comfortable in Your Own Skin and Let Animals Keep Theirs”. The ad was shot by top celebrity photographer Robert Sebree.

In an exclusive PETA US interview, Waka calls on the hip-hop community to consider the animals who are cruelly killed for fur coats, collars and cuffs. “Understand where that fox fur came from before you spend $1,000″, he says. “Someone … Read more.