Gilbert Arenas Warms Up D.C.’s Homeless

Published by PETA Staff.
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Three-time NBA All-Star Gilbert Arenas is proof that one man can double-team fur industry cruelty. First, he bared it all in his “Ink, Not Mink” ad, and today he hosted PETA’s fur-coat giveaway in Washington, D.C., where donated coats were handed out to the homeless:

 

Gilbert Arenas

 

Only those who can’t afford to buy coats to keep them warm have any excuse to wear fur. Do you have any skins that you’d like to shed from your wardrobe? Donate them to PETA, and your old fashion faux pas could help a person in need or become bedding for an orphaned animal.

Written by Logan Scherer

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