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‘Skinny Bitches’ Get Their Moms Something Useful This Mother’s Day

Written by PETA | May 8, 2009

The following is a guest post from peta2′s Ryan.

Rory Freedman
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Best-selling author Rory Freedman has already spared millions of animals from unnecessary deaths in slaughterhouses simply by promoting a healthy and cruelty-free vegan diet in her iconic book Skinny Bitch. But now she’s taking her compassion to the next level!

You see, rather than buying her mom another meaningless foot massager or something this Mother’s Day, Rory has offered to donate $5,000 to peta2 in her mom’s honor—but only if you follow her example!

Here’s how it works: Rory is going to match donors like you dollar-for-dollar, up to $5,000 total. So, for example, if you donate $20 to peta2, she will also donate $20 to double the impact! As Rory said in an e-mail to peta2, “Show your mom who you are and how well she raised you—that you know what is really important.”

Thanks to Rory, your donations—no matter what the amount—will go twice as far to help us raise awareness and combat cruelty to animals raised for food, clothing, experimentation, and other industries.

Your support helps us win countless victories. From convincing top retailers such as J. Crew and Urban Outfitters to go fur-free to pushing for the first-ever felony charges of cruelty to factory-farmed birds, peta2 is changing how the world treats animals, but we can’t do it alone!

Take Rory’s challenge and have your donation doubled!

Written by Ryan Huling

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