Published by PETA.

Phew! We have so many great protest pictures to share that we decided to hit you with them all at once. Brace yourselves:

Animal defenders of all ages turned out for our protest against the (ab)use of animals in trauma training exercises at Fort Bragg
Fort Bragg
… including baby McCartney (named after you-know-who).
Fort Bragg2
Our gaggle of PETA chicks caused quite a stir in Youngstown, Ohio, where they told the “naked truth” to passersby outside a KFC. Even the manager of the KFC was sympathetic, telling them that his son had just gone vegetarian.
Youngstown OH
Mickey and Minnie are up to their old tricks, this time at a Lowe’s in Houston, Texas. A construction-induced traffic jam proved to be a mouse’s best friend, providing a captive audience who eagerly snapped up all our leaflets.
Mickey and Minnie
It was an embarrassment of riches for Houston, which was also blessed with one of our much-coveted veggie hotdog giveaways featuring PETA’s Lettuce Ladies.
Lettuce Ladies
Deputy Dog, I presume?
Deputy Dog
More babies! This mother and munchkin who were passing by just happened to be wearing coordinating PETA T-shirts. What are the odds?
And finally, we travel to South Korea, where PETA Asia-Pacific stole all the thunder from Seoul Fashion Week.

Written by Alisa Mullins

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