After immense pressure from PETA, advertisers, and supporters like you, NBC has
made the decision to pull Animal Practice from its fall lineup.
Crystal, who plays a veterinarian's
"pet" on Animal Practice, is a capuchin monkey who has
been exploited in numerous commercials, TV shows, and movies. What might she be
doing if she were allowed to live her life as nature intended instead of being
forced to perform on a sitcom?
1. Taking a nap
Shakin' her tail feathers
wavin' her tail in the air like she just don't care.
3. Skipping rocks
Getting a piggyback ride
I could get used to this.
Playing hide and seek
Grubbing on some fruit
Exploring her inner yogi
cat pose still needs a little work.
Climbing a tree
Preparing for the Capuch-a-lympics
Monkeying around with her family
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Having a best friend she can relate to—not a Hollywood producer or a human
actor but a fellow monkey whom she can spend her days and nights playing,
climbing, foraging, and being free with
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Tell NBC executives that you disapprove
of the use of wild animals such as Crystal in entertainment, and urge NBC to cancel Animal Practice!
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.