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Burberry Demos All Over the World

Burberry Demos All Over the World

Posted on July 14, 2007 | Written by PETA

The Burberry campaigners at both PETA and PETA Europe have been extra busy lately. It seems like every day I have photos of some new demonstrations they’re rocking in …

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More on the Running of the Nudes!

More on the Running of the Nudes!

Posted on July 13, 2007 | Written by PETA

Last night, PETA’s Lisa Lange made an appearance on The O’Reilly Factor to talk about the “racy” alternative to Pamplona’s hideous Running of the Bulls. The story brought tons …

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Cockfighting Banned in Louisiana

Cockfighting Banned in Louisiana

Posted on July 13, 2007 | Written by PETA

Finally! Yesterday afternoon, four months after similar legislation passed in New Mexico, Louisiana’s governor, Kathleen Blanco, signed a bill that will make hers the final American state to ban …

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Live Earth Got the Message

Live Earth Got the Message

Posted on July 13, 2007 | Written by PETA

As you probably know, we’ve been in touch with Al Gore and the Live Earth folks about the whole meat production/global warming/environmental destruction connection. Well, I just found out …

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Updates and Full Schedule for PETA/Stella McCartney Second Life

Updates and Full Schedule for PETA/Stella McCartney Second Life

Posted on July 12, 2007 | Written by PETA

As you may know, we’re launching the first-ever worldwide virtual anti-fur protest within the virtual community Second Life in conjunction with Stella McCartney this week. It all kicks off …

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Mozza Vs. Madge

Mozza Vs. Madge

Posted on July 12, 2007 | Written by PETA

This Monday, Morrissey played a sold-out show at the Norva, a few blocks from PETA HQ here in Norfolk, Virginia. I tried, desperately, to get tickets—but that’s another story. …

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DeFlocked, by Jeff Corriveau

DeFlocked, by Jeff Corriveau

Posted on July 12, 2007 | Written by PETA

Here is this week’s fix. It’s a doozy . . . Enjoy. Click for a larger version To check out the archives of past strips, click here.

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Help Carriage Horses in NYC

Help Carriage Horses in NYC

Posted on July 11, 2007 | Written by PETA

I’ve never understood the whole carriage horse attraction. Setting aside the animal rights thing for a second, I just don’t get how people could possibly construe riding around a …

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Good News for Sheep in New Zealand

Good News for Sheep in New Zealand

Posted on July 11, 2007 | Written by PETA

Check out this photo from yesterday’s demonstration outside the New Zealand Consulate-General’s office in Sydney, Australia. The demo was humming along nicely when lo and behold, former New South …

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Vegan Treat at Dairy Queen

Vegan Treat at Dairy Queen

Posted on July 11, 2007 | Written by PETA

Plan59/Creative Commons When word of a good new vegan food product hits the street, it spreads through the PETA office faster than a California wildfire. Sometimes the product lives …

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Shocking New Kosher Slaughterhouse Investigation

Shocking New Kosher Slaughterhouse Investigation

Posted on July 10, 2007 | Written by PETA

Three years ago, we went inside AgriProcessors slaughterhouse—the world’s largest Kosher slaughterhouse—and uncovered close to 300 instances of inhumane slaughter. Workers at that slaughterhouse were ripping the tracheas out …

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‘But Animals Don’t Have Souls. . .’

‘But Animals Don’t Have Souls. . .’

Posted on July 10, 2007 | Written by PETA

Funny-Cats/Creative Commons There was a really interesting article in The International Herald Tribune last week, which indirectly addressed a comment that I’ve heard surprisingly often since I started working …

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Your Cat

Your Cat

Posted on July 9, 2007 | Written by PETA

This story by Idaho cruelty investigator Karen Williams is currently making its way around the internet, so you may have already seen it. But I found it to be …

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A Word With Jenna Bush

A Word With Jenna Bush

Posted on July 9, 2007 | Written by PETA

It’s no secret that first daughter Jenna Bush is a bit of a wild child and as you know, we here at PETA can get as wild as anyone. …

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WWF Sells Fish Sticks to Save Fish

WWF Sells Fish Sticks to Save Fish

Posted on July 8, 2007 | Written by PETA

Yup, it’s about as dumb as it sounds. Apparently the World Wildlife Fund’s German affiliate has accepted 225,000 Euros for its fish conservation campaign that was raised by Unilever …

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