Seals Drive Tractors?

Published by PETA.

Always one to lend a helping hand flipper, our American Maple Syrup Campaign “spokesseal” was itching to get behind the wheel of a tractor to help out one Green Bay, Wisconsin, farmer who was eager to show his support for our Canadian maple syrup boycott.

 

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s … a seal driving a tractor?
tractor seal

 

As part of our relentless efforts to stop the Canadian seal slaughter, our seal is traversing the U.S. and urging people to choose maple syrup made in America as a way to put pressure on the Canadian government to stop the cruel killing of baby seals in Canada.

 

I’ve always wondered—does one need a driver’s license to drive a syrup tractor?
tractor seal

 

So, where are you buying your syrup these days?

Written by Karin Bennett

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