Get Mars Out of Our Schools

Published by PETA.

Every so often, there’s a pro-animal story so darn cute that the webmasters of get jealous.

According to this piece in the Wrexham Leader, 11-year-old Gaby Trotter seems to have established more as an animal advocate than many adult activists can boast. She managed to research Mars’ history of animal testing, set up her own Web site on the subject, and speak to school administrators about banning Mars products in her school.

I think at that age, I was busy playing video games, impressing friends and family members by eating frosted cupcakes in a single bite, and arguing with my sister. Way to raise the standard, Gaby!

—SeanPosted by Sean Conner, Laboratory Investigations Special Projects Coordinator

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