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‘Win It’ Wednesday: ‘Fight Breedism’ Shirt

Written by PETA | June 10, 2009

Thanks for all of your wonderful comments on this Win It Wednesday. The winners of the ‘Fight Breedism’ shirt are Emily, Kelli, and S. Phillips. Congratulations!

We all have our favorite celebrities, and Charlize Theron has topped my list since she narrated PETA’s puppy mill investigation. When she was spotted wearing our new “Fight Breedism” shirt on the beach with her rescue pups, I was pretty much over the moon. She’s beautiful, talented, and funny, and she jumps at every chance she can to speak up for animals. What more could you ask for?

Her awesome T-shirt, for starters.

For this week’s “Win It” Wednesday, we’re giving away three “Fight Breedism” shirts so that you can rock Charlize’s style. They’re super-stylish, soft, and a great way to spread the word about adoption.

 

Fight Breedism

 

How do you win? Help Charlize give a voice to the millions of animals abandoned at animal shelters every year and tell us about the shelter animal(s) you have rescued. Leave us a comment below, then take our quiz to find out how well you know your ABCs (as in “animal birth control”).

The contest ends on June 24, 2009, and we’ll choose the three people who submit the most touching comments as the winners on June 26, 2009. Be sure to read our privacy policy and terms and conditions, as you’re agreeing to both by commenting. Check back every Wednesday for new prizes. Good luck!

Written by Lianne Turner

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  • linds says:

    i’ve rescued all of my companion animals but my newest is a now 8 month old puppy! she was found with her 7 brothers and sisters in a bag next to a river in the FREEZING cold in november when they were only two weeks old. two of them died but she was the runt and she survived! she is now at 85 lbs the prettiest and sweetest dog in the world and everyone tells me that so i know i’m not just biased! D so adopt you’ll get a friend forever!

  • MRS.MOMMYY says:

    we only adopt from shelters and those about to go to shelters….just because it says akc does not mean its better or more loving….these little obes need and deserve love and shelters is the way to go adopt a friend in need indeed

  • dorothy l says:

    I rescued my lovely cat from being shot because she was getting into the garbage at work. So I brought her home thinking I would take her to the shelter because I already had three shelter dogs but my dogs took to her right away and so did we.

  • Rev. Meg Schramm says:

    All of my animal companions are adopted A breeder gave my Lovebird to me for free because he has a deformed hip and was not expected to live much longer than a few months he is now 11 years old. My Cocatiel was adopted from a woman who was simply going to set him free because she was getting divorced from her husband who was the actual owner the bird’s wings were clipped and he could not fly what did she expect him to do walk? My Border CollieLab Buck was adopted from the Santa Ana Animal Shelter which was eventually closed down due to being a snakepit it was in the basement of the veterinary clinic where I interned and I had to help clean the basement after the shelter had left so I know what I am talking about. And when my alcoholic neighbor his parolee wife and their juvenile delinquent son finally did the neighborhood a favor by moving out of town and lowering the crime rate they left someone behind a confused little black cat named Ollie who now lives with me and provides neighborhood entertainment by loudly telling me off whenever I leave the house or come home. Quite a crew and worth every effort. Please adopt it’s very rewarding both for the animals and the new guardian.

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