Advocate’s Efforts Really ‘Moo’ve Us

Published by PETA.

 

Rodeo

 

Shari—an enthusiastic PETA supporter—chatted up tons of rodeo attendees in her community last week about the abuse of animals used in rodeos, in which human performers use electric prods, spurs, and bucking straps to irritate and enrage bulls, horses, and other unwilling “costars” into participating in the show.

Shari’s dedication to speaking out for animals is unrivaled. Last year, she participated in the International Day of Protest for elephants at the San Antonio Zoo and held her own anti-Ringling demonstration. She also demonstrated as a caged monkey outside NASA headquarters in Houston and then drove back to San Antonio to step into a human meat tray the next day. And that’s only a sampling of her tireless efforts to save lives.

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Written by Logan Scherer

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