What’s ‘In’ and What’s ‘Out’? Check Out PETA’s 2019 List

Published by PETA.

2018 was a special year. There were heartwarming animal rescues and countless animal rights victories. But 2019 is going to be even better. How do we know? This list of what’s “in” and what’s “out” shows which animal-friendly trends are more popular than ever:

Out In
Goat milk Oat milk
Puppies on shopping lists Senior dog bucket lists
Fake news Fake fur
Bringing home the bacon Bringing home the bagels
Burning lambs’ tails off for wool Burning your bra
The Arbynator The Beyond Burger at Carl’s Jr.
Banning cannabis Banning fur
Dove releases at weddings Dove’s decision to go cruelty-free
Glue traps Thirst traps
Alligator skin Pineapple leather
SeaWorld Seeing the world
Greyhound racing Greyhound adoption
Ramen companies’ tests on mice Eating vegan ramen
Forcing dogs to pull sleds in the Iditarod Pulling your own sled across the Antarctic
Badger hair shaving brushes Beard lights
Wendy’s Amy’s 
Beating animals in cruel circuses Beating your face with cruelty-free cosmetics
Experiments on chimpanzees Organs-on-chips
Canada Goose Save the Duck
Outback Steakhouse Veggie Grill
Bear hunting Bargain hunting
Imprisoned animals on cracker boxes “Accidentally vegan” animal crackers
Horse-Drawn Carriages Bird Scooters
Wearing birds Watching birds
Thumbing your nose Nosey’s Law
The Running of the Bulls Stella McCartney’s vegan running shoes

Want to make your mark in 2019? The best way to do so is by going vegan. Make the change that will allow you to save nearly 200 animals each year by ordering your free vegan starter kit now!

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“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

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind