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Fur Is Evil, Just Ask Angelina

Written by PETA | December 11, 2009
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Jolie and Pitt

 

When Brangelina graced the Up in the Air premiere party with their perennially provocative presence, word has it that Jolie was totally down to Earth. The benevolent U.N.-representing beauty reportedly chatted up actor Vera Farmiga about the evils of fur as she munched on tomatoes.

Snacking on veggies. Educating people about the horrors of fur. Turns out celebrities really are just like us.

Written by Logan Scherer

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  • Josie says:

    BRAVO TO ANGELINA JOLIE

  • CMontana says:

    It’s nice of her to say she doesn’t support fur it would be even better if she stopped posing for ‘got milk’ print campaigns.

  • KKarande says:

    Thanks Angelina! In fact I read someplace that for her movie “Salt” Ms. Jolie wore a fake fur which looked absolutely stunning. If man can create such works of art and beauty why we have to farm these poor animals like foxes mink and murmansky who have their fur to keep warm is beyond me. Farming animals for their fur is unjustified because humanity has yet to come up with a quick and painless death. In most cases quick and painless costs too much for money hungry designers. I would never want to eat the meat or wear the fur of an animal who has suffered mercilessly in being put down just so its meat and fur can be used. In this advanced world the end does not justify the means when after all we have other options. And this is our true crime. Not choosing the alternative when we can afford to.

  • GEORDIE GIBBARD says:

    she could be doing a whole lot more with the money she has

  • lisa says:

    She is an amazing woman and i hope her children grow up with the care and concideration as she do’s for animals.

  • Brien Comerford says:

    If more and more Latinos and African Americans join the animal rights movement victory could actualize sooner than I ever fathomed. Cesar Chavez and Dick Gregory were seminal animal activists.

  • Dee says:

    I just love her!!! Keep up the good work Angie

  • michelle says:

    Uhyea! She has done way more good for society than many socalled “good girl celebs”. Brad couldn’t have said it better “she is the most misunderstood woman”.

  • Olivia says:

    I am such a big fan of hers 1st of allamazing actress Gia Girl Interrupted and Changeling SEE ALL OF THOES YOU WONT BE SORRY and the fact that she is using her fame to get her voice heard adopting and literally going to these countries to help most celebrities just write a check and call it a day angelina was in iraq while she was pregnant with twins…and now this People are wayyyy to hung up on her personal life Angie’s obviously as beautiful on the inside and she is on the outside.