Written by Michelle Kretzer
Khan says all she wants to
do is keep eating vegan—because she no longer needs medication for type 2
diabetes. And as a bonus, the singer with the big voice is now quite a bit
smaller—to the tune of 60 pounds!
little daughter Bryn probably doesn't even
weigh 60 pounds yet, but she's already setting herself up for a lifetime of
good health. Bethenny says the 2-year-old chooses not to eat meat but loves her
Vegan dynamo Ellen DeGeneres never lets an
opportunity to speak up for animals pass her by—and she's making sure Adam Levine doesn't either. Adam
was chatting with Ellen on her show about his new habit of holding up a piece
of paper with a charitable message written on it when the shutterbugs are
snapping his picture. So Ellen gave him the perfect ready-made sign: "Please
Steve-O says his dogs rescued him. He credits the love of his two rescued dogs with helping him kick drugs and alcohol.
So he's helping dogs by urging other guardians to
be kind to their pups and never force them to wear shock collars. "It's horribly
painful," he says. "You have to be pretty cruel to put that on a dog."
is a gal on a mission
to end animal homelessness
and is making it a family affair. Miley and her family
went straight to a rescue organization to adopt a dog, and she tweeted PETA her
excitement over the new pup and the rescued pig PETA sponsored for her birthday.
Add Liam Gallagher to the list of outspoken animal-friendly celebrities. His clothing line, Pretty
Green, is an oasis for animals
who are typically killed for their fur—Liam proudly uses only faux.
To keep up with what all your favorite
stars are doing for animals, follow
@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.