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It’s Not Thanksgiving Without PETA

Written by Heather Faraid Drennan | November 24, 2011

Ask anyone on the PETA staff and they can tell you about lots of people—even hard-nosed, stalwart, meat-eating relatives—who’ve seen one little video clip and changed their minds about turkeys. Help everyone opt for that delicious Tofurky instead of a slice of contaminated dead turkey by cuing up one of our funny little PETA Thanksgiving public service announcements (PSAs) to provide helpful insight into why a cruelty-free feast is the way to go.

Which Thanksgiving PSA will you show your family today?

If you’re looking for something a little longer to watch while you digest that last slice of pumpkin pie, check out the PBS special “My Life as a Turkey.” which tells the story of a man who “mothered” 16 abandoned turkey chicks.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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  • Rev. Meg Schramm says:

    Due to a virus in the Schramm household we were not able to attend the turkey slaughter this year, but if we had I would have said something very similar to this during the family prayer. My family all think I’m crazy anyway.

  • billy williams says:

    It sure isn’t!-Just finished engorging myself on some delicious tofurky,So much i doubt I’ll be able to eat tomorrow(ya right)-Keep up the great work peta!