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Why Did the Chicken Cross Abbey Road?

Written by Michelle Kretzer | June 18, 2012

They say it’s Paul McCartney‘s birthday, and we’re gonna have a good time! PETA is sending Paul a card made especially for him:

We let fans in Washington, D.C., sign the card as well as grab some free and deliciously tasty vegan birthday cupcakes from Sticky Fingers and copies of PETA’s slaughterhouse exposé, Glass Walls, which Paul narrated.

It’s fitting that the milestone 70th birthday of the longtime animal defender falls on a Monday, since his Meat Free Monday is helping people around the globe eat less meat and hopefully transition to a no-meat lifestyle. As Paul says:

If anyone wants to save the planet, all they have to do is just stop eating meat. That’s the single most important thing you could do. It’s staggering when you think about it. Vegetarianism takes care of so many things in one shot: ecology, famine, cruelty.

Thank you for everything that you do for animals, Paul, and happy birthday!

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  • rex says:

    i can answer your question the chicken crosed the road to go get some feed in the chicken coop. the reason she was: because paul told the chicken to run and be free go live with the wolves 😉

  • northierthanthou says:

    That is amusing.

  • Elizabeth Brien says:

    Thank you Paul, you are a wonderful compassionate humane being!!…. a true hero of today!!….have a truly awesome birthday!! x

  • Cliff Lewis says:

    Macca you are a wonderful and compassionate gentleman and the greatest musician/composer of all time!

  • jason says:

    Great photograph, so so clever, PETA! Here’s to many more birthdays and to healthy living, Paul.

  • Jackie Kyler86 says:

    Happy birthday, Paul! Your being vegetarian and helping animals makes you even more of a superstar than your beautiful music, in my eyes.

  • stephanie contrada says:

    A very Happy birthday to you my most favorite Beatle and fellow vegetarian!

  • Mukesh Tanwar says:

    Even though I never met you in person Paul, my heartiest wishes to you on your birthday. May this world be full of compassionate people like you.

  • Peadar Melinn says:

    Happy Birthday to the most wonderful caring Father, Friend, Lover, Brother, Humanitarien in the Vurld !!

  • Charles and Christine Lina says:

    Thank you Paul for all you have strived to do for the welfare of animals. Happy Birthday to you!