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Win It! Take Pamela Anderson Home

Written by Michelle Kretzer | March 19, 2013

Ever since her red swimsuit days, people have been enamored with PETA’s weapon of mass distraction, Pamela Anderson. And now you can have a little piece of the original “Lettuce Lady” for yourself. When Pam and PETA Vice President Dan Mathews spoke to Cambridge University about animal rights, she autographed copies of the Paul McCartney–narrated meat-industry exposé “Glass Walls” for the students. And she autographed a few more to give to lucky PETA Files readers.

To enter to win, simply leave a comment telling us about something Pam-like that you’ve done to help animals—her résumé is extensive, so there’s plenty to choose from. Maybe you’ve attended a fur demonstration, spoken out against the Canadian seal slaughter, ditched meat, adopted a companion animal, given a speech about animal rights, switched to cruelty-free cosmetics, or acted to get horse-drawn carriages off the dangerous streets

Or maybe—like Pam—you’ve done all of the above. Just tell us about it, and two winners will be selected at random.

And if reading about all of Pam’s compassionate actions has inspired you, plenty of animals still need your help, so get out there and get Pamelactive!

The contest will end on March 27, 2013, and we’ll contact the winners by March 29, 2013. By commenting here, you’re acknowledging that you’ve read and you agree to our contest terms and conditions and our privacy policy and you’re also agreeing to our collection, storage, use, and disclosure of your personal info in accordance with those policies as well as to receiving e-mails from us.

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  • Sara Mody says:

    I am inspired by compassionate and strong woman. I admire Pamela for all of her amazing accomplishments and her passion for helping animals. Ever since I was a little girl, I have always loved seals and have always been involved in educating others on the cruelty towards them or participated in numerous rallies to protect them. I even have a tatoo on my lower back of a seal. Presently, as a grade one educator I continue to share my passion for seals with my students and am constantly finding ways to get my students involved in the cause. I have a basket in my classroom that has books, pictures and stuffed toys that encourages and educates my students on seals and the abuse of this beautiful animal. I would be honoured to met Pamela and work with her to find ways to speak to our youth and to have them educated at an early age so they can makes changes. Our youth is our future.

  • Kat says:

    I was a vegetarian for 15 years and went vegan this last year. I adore Pam and everything she does for animal rights! I, myself have done a lot of leafleting at farmers markets, earth day events and concerts. I have attended a couple protests with the most recent being the abuse of pigs that Walmart supplies. I stood out in 20 degree weather for two hours with wind gusts up to 40 mph…it was miserable, but I knew it was nothing compared to what the pigs in tiny gestation crates go through. It was worth it just to get the word out. In school, I brought “Meet your meat” and played it for my class. I am now gearing up to organize the circus protest coming up in May!

  • Kayla says:

    I love all of the work that Pamela has done in efforts to make KFC use more humane methods of slaughter!

  • Erin says:

    I’ve been vegetarian for 4 years now and vegan for 3 years. All it took was one video on PETA’s site to.change my way of living. Not only do I not eat animals, but I use vegan health and beauty products. I also adopted my furry child, Bella, from a local shelter, almost 2 years ago. My husband also adopted the vegetarian lifestyle shortly after I did. I educate as many people as I can on veganisim and why it’s the way to go. Animals Are Friends, Not Food!

  • Aimee says:

    After being vegetarian for many years, I went vegan over 3 years ago. I choose only vegan cosmetics, cleaning products, and clothes and even feed my rescued cats vegan food (they love it:). I speak out against animal cruelty online and have convinced my partner to work towards being vegan! Winning this prize would be great because it would help me continue to spread the message of compassion towards all living creatures!

  • Carolinacordero says:

    I’ve been an animal lover forever, because of culture and convenience I was an occasional meat eater and I wasn’t aware of the cruelty in industry until 2011 when I rescue Coco my dog. I started reading and investigating and so a lot of videos that PETA shows so I decided to go vegetarian and choose cruelty free makeup and household items, and now in 2013 I trying to go vegan at least by not eating any eggs or milk and its derivates. I also give money to my mom so she gives it to dogs in need in my town in COsta Rica I know is little but I going to keep adding little things :) to make the difference

  • April says:

    I have been eating vegan for several years, but just recently I have become much for aware of cruelty-free beauty products. Several weeks ago I cleaned out my closet. I’ve been doing a lot of research and feeling much better about the new brands that I’m choosing!

  • Maddie Summer says:

    I am going to school for Environmental Studies hoping to get into the field of Animal Conservation, and I put forth a constant effort to make environmentally and animal friendly choices. I have been a vegetarian for 8 years now, but my love for animals began at a young age. I have personally rescued 2 pets; my bunny Bishi as well as my kitten Willow! I express my passion for animal rights in many ways, from creating animal oriented art to raise awareness, to making my own vegan hair and body products. Recently I was fortunate enough to meet the wonderful Rick O’Barry, at the Marine Land Closing day Protest in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Spreading awareness and participating in protests to close Marine Land has become a very important aspect of my life. I love animals and hope to continue making a difference not only in my community but globally, in my future.

  • Natalie says:

    I am now living cruelty free. It took sometime but all of my make up, cleaner and clothes are cruelty free and it feels great. I just think about all the animals go through just for our daily things and it is horrible. It was something I had to do and I will never go back.

  • Ellie Neufer says:

    I’ve changed my whole life for animals! I’m 17and was a vegetarian for a year and a half and now vegan. Since I’ve been vegetarian I have switched all my cosmetics to cruelty free ones. I don’t wear fur or any animal products. I’ve gotten my family to eat less meat and such. My family and I have been adopting since I can remember. I have volunteered and even raised over $400 for my local shelters for my birthday. We only adopt and are proud of that. I don’t go around preaching my beliefs because I don’t like it when others do that but I will explain them if asked. I have sent out many petitions and countless emails to support different campaigns including the ending the use of horse drawn carriages. I just really love animals and hope to make a difference !

  • Sylvie Leurquin says:

    I am a huge animal lover and have adopted 2 cats for companions. My first kitty (Latour) was abandoned as a kitten and was in really rough shape, but I nursed him back to health. He is now 12 yrs old and going strong! My other kitty was adopted through the Winnipeg Humane Society by my husband. Her name is Kitten and she is a healthy, happy and sassy 7 year old! I have quite eating meat over 2 weeks now & I have signed my many petitions to help end the cruelty to animals as they need to be loved and cared for just like our own and NOT USED FOR PROFIT!

  • Christie Garland says:

    Pamela Anderson was the reason I knew about PETA and decided to become a member. She inspired me to stop eating meat and to speak out about animal abuse. I have educated people on becoming a vegetarian and what really happens in a slaughter house. I protest fur, animal cruelty including horse drawn carriages, the seal slaughter, and animal testing. I only use animal friendly cruelty free products. I have adopted many dogs and have supported many shelters and animal crusaders. I am PETA and Pamela Anderson’s number one fan.

  • Zeelemons says:

    I’m a recent vegan and have completely changed all aspects of my life- food consumption, what I wear, what I cleanse with, etc. I couldn’t feel more proud of myself and have slowly but surely started to spread the word to friends and coworkers.