Written by Michelle Kretzer
won't catch Abbie Cornish in fur—or any other
animal skins. When asked about her style on Twitter, Abbie responded, "I
LOVE clothes … So I love so many different things. Not enough room to tweet! I
dress vegan … no leather, suede or fur."
in the Twitterverse, we had animal adoption, a heroic rescue, and vegan
celebrities had a blast showing off their big hearts (and vegan stomachs) this
week: Courtney Stodden at the beach with PETA's Vegan
College Cookbook, Anne Hathaway at another fun vegan engagement party, and vegan Venus Williams chatting with CNN about
the London 2012 Olympic Games.
?uestlove is on a quest to live
longer. The Roots star said he is going vegan so that he can be "the first
member of the hip-hop generation to live past 60."
to the animal-friendly cast of The Secret Life of the American
Teenager. Season five—starring our buddies Megan Park, Renee Olstead, and, new this season, Twilight's Christian Serratos—premiered to rave reviews.
keep up with what the stars are doing for animals, follow @PETA on Twitter.
Hollywood to Wimbledon, it's clear: Everybody's going vegan.
said she dropped weight when she dropped animal products, and vegetarian Alan Cumming
was inspired by vegan Mike
Tyson to do all animals a
solid and go vegan too.
new vegan diet is helping her manage her Sjögren's syndrome. Little sis Serena Williams followed in Venus'
tennis shoes and went vegan as well. And WWE champ CM Punk made it his New Year's
resolution to C Meat out the door.
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Roselyn Sanchez asked people not to
light fireworks, which terrify
and kill birds, on New Year's Eve. Then
she started her year off with a bang, welcoming a new little animal advocate,
daughter Sebella Rose
Winter, to her family.
Fighter Dan Hardy is welcoming fellow
fighter Matt Hughes to the ring to pick on someone his own size. Hardy called
Hughes out for hunting for
sport, tweeting, "There
is no justification for what he does. I fight against other people that enjoy
fighting also. Shooting animals for fun isn't sport and it certainly isn't cool."
What is cool is keeping up with what celebs are doing to help animals by following
PETA on Twitter.
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Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.