Dying to Help Animals? PETA Releases New Decals for Coffins and Urns

Published by Zachary Toliver.

Working for animal liberation is a way of life—and now it can be a way of death, too. PETA has released custom decals—sized for coffins and urns—to help the dearly departed take their animal rights activism all the way to the grave.

Closed wood coffin with carrying handles© iStock.com/Kagenmi

The decals, now available at PETACatalog.com until the end of January 2019, include messages like “Lifetime PETA Member,” “I Told You I Wouldn’t Be Caught Dead in Wool,” and “Dead Meat Should Be Buried, Not Eaten.” Whether you’re setting up a cheeky Halloween display or preparing for your own demise, our stickers will send an afterlife-long message about animal rights. Use the promo code “RIP20” before midnight on October 31 to save 20 percent on all sticker orders.

Fur foes, vegan advocates, and other compassionate people can now go out fighting for animal rights.

In 2008, we debuted custom PETA coffins, which ranged in price from $620 to $670, plus shipping. Our custom decals, which can be applied to any coffin or urn, offer an even more affordable option, ranging in price from $30 to $75, plus shipping.

Help Stop Senseless Deaths by Living Vegan Today

Studies show that vegans are often healthier than their flesh-eating counterparts, so if you don’t want to shop for a coffin anytime soon, eating cruelty-free is a great move. And vegans save nearly 200 animals a year from a cruel death simply by leaving them off their plates and out of their closets. Need help getting started? We have you covered with easy recipes and shopping tips:

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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