Colbie Caillat Blasts SeaWorld on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Colbie Caillat is leaving no doubt about her feelings about SeaWorld’s abuse of marine mammals. The lovely singer with a heart to match posed in PETA’s “SeaWorld Kills” tee and posted it to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
— Colbie Caillat (@ColbieCaillat) March 31, 2014
And she’s not the only one spreading the love for orcas:
Was sad watching #Blackfish on netflix. Shame that animals are treated this way. Imagine living in a pool for your entire life. Doing shows.
— Robert McClain (@bobbymac36) March 28, 2014
— Holly Marie Combs (@H_Combs) April 1, 2014
Watching Blackfish …so sad!
— Chelsea Houska (@ChelseaHouska) March 31, 2014
Just watched #Blackfish like you said Twitter. All the tears. Very powerful.
— Latika Bourke (@latikambourke) March 30, 2014
— Mehcad Brooks (@MehcadBrooks) March 29, 2014
My wife and I watched #Blackfish today and I feel completely disgusted towards SeaWorld now. Do not support SeaWorld & their animal abuse!
— Bryce Brown (@BryceBrown_34) March 29, 2014
In other celebrity news:
- Bill Maher had the best response we’ve seen to the viral photo of a hunter gloating over the corpse of a boar he’d killed. “If you’re delighted to take a life, there’s something wrong with you,” he wrote on his blog. “Get over yourself. You pointed at something, pushed a button, and it died.”
- Oakland Raiders defensive lineman David Carter Jr. is now playing defense for animals. After he and his vegetarian wife watched the documentary Forks Over Knives, David decided to go vegan for his health, animals, and the environment. He says he is most proud of “[h]aving the balls to be completely vegan.” We sent David some vegan T-shirts to help him show his pride.
- “Winnie Cooper” is winning for animals, too. Danica McKellar told People that she keeps in shape by practicing her Dancing With the Stars routines and staying away from dairy products.
- A veritable “who’s who” of New York City appears in PETA’s new video blasting the cruel horse-drawn carriage trade. Check out Wendy Williams, Peter Dinklage, Alec and Hilaria Baldwin, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, and many more pushing for an end to the inhumane spectacle and urging their Twitter followers to join the campaign:
— Pamela Anderson (@PamelaDAnderson) April 3, 2014
— kathy najimy (@kathynajimy) April 2, 2014
— ABFoundation (@ABFalecbaldwin) April 2, 2014
— Jillian Michaels (@JillianMichaels) April 2, 2014
— P!nk (@Pink) April 2, 2014
— Hilaria Baldwin (@hilariabaldwin) April 3, 2014
Help New York City horses by tweeting with the hashtags #BanHorseCarriages and #TYDeBlasio.
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