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School Days Aren’t McCruel Days

Written by PETA | March 30, 2010

The recent theft of bleachers from Chicago’s Orr High School has left students without seating and robbed them of their school spirit. “It felt good to be out there beating on the drum, rooting the team on. All the people from the community coming to support us and everything. And now you wake up and all the seats are gone,” said one student.

Well, PETA has just the thing to raise morale at Orr High and the community’s awareness of the suffering that’s endured by chickens who are killed for McNuggets. We’re offering the school $5,000 and a veggie-burger lunch in exchange for placing this McCruelty ad on its new bleachers:




If there’s one thing rivaling teams and fans can agree on, it’s that scalding chickens in defeathering tanks is a real fumble. By spreading the message that McDonald’s needs to push its suppliers to adopt controlled-atmosphere killing (CAK)—a less cruel method of slaughtering chickens—Orr High could rally for chickens every day of the week.

Written by Logan Scherer

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