Written by PETA
You know her as Tonya on NBC's most talked about show Outsourced, and in real life, stunning Pippa Black is a true champion for animals. In her powerful new veggie testimonial for PETA Australia, Pippa wants everyone to see for themselves what happens to millions of pigs, cows, turkeys, chickens, fish, and other animals who are killed for food.
Please join Pippa and many other compassionate stars including Natalie Portman, Carrie Underwood, Casey Affleck, and Alicia Silverstone, in going vegetarian for the sake of the animals, our planet, and personal health.
Share her moving video with all your friends and be sure to order your free vegetarian starter kit today!
Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post
Moms everywhere warn their children that if they lie, their noses will grow*, à la Pinocchio:
PETA Australia took that lesson to the next level when it sent one of its members to the headquarters of Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) to call out the trade group for reneging on its promise to stop mulesing (slicing flesh off lambs' backsides) by 2010.
Written by Karin Bennett
*My mom also told me that my pants would catch on fire if I lied, but for obvious reasons, PETA Australia opted to go with the puppet/boy.
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