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Group Wants to Give
Turkeys Something to Be Thankful for This Thanksgiving
For Immediate Release:November 16, 2012
Contact:David Perle 202-483-7382
Buffalo, N.Y. -- Two sexy "pilgrims" wearing high heels and anything-but-puritanical
garb will hand out free Tofurky roasts in downtown Buffalo on Monday as part of
PETA's tour to promote a vegan Thanksgiving. The lovely duo hopes to reach
people's hearts through their stomachs and is urging consumers to stay true to
the holiday spirit this Thanksgiving by giving turkeys something to be thankful
When: Monday, November 19, 12 noon
Where: Southeast corner of Eagle and Franklin, Buffalo
Why have PETA's pilgrims traded in
their muskets for a plateful of Tofurky? Approximately 250 million turkeys are
killed in the U.S. every year—45 million for Thanksgiving dinners alone. In
nature, turkeys are protective and loving parents as well as spirited explorers
who can climb trees and run as fast as 18 miles per hour. But most turkeys slated to be killed for food are crammed into filthy
warehouses, where disease, smothering, and heart attacks are common. Turkeys
are drugged and bred to grow such unnaturally large upper bodies that their
legs often become crippled under the weight.
"Thanksgiving is murder on
turkeys," says sexy pilgrim Leila Sleiman. "With fabulous faux fowl,
you can celebrate without causing suffering—and give a bird something to be
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about PETA, please visit PETA.org.
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