Suzanne McCabe: Ireland’s First to Go Naked

Published by PETA.

Right on the coattails of Ireland’s fur-farm ban, here’s a sizzling fur-free first: Supermodel and longtime vegetarian Suzanne McCabe has become Ireland’s first celebrity to bare it all in an anti-fur ad. McCabe’s sexy new ad for PETA U.K. and Animal Rights Action Network (ARAN) is sure to turn heads:

 

 Suzanne McCabe

 

A finalist for Miss Universe Ireland in 2008, McCabe has beauty and brains—she has degree in psychology from University College Dublin and a master’s in business, and she recently joined ARAN’s campaign against Canada’s annual slaughter of baby seals for their fur. She’s educating herself about how animals who are raised on fur farms are electrocuted, poisoned, and gassed for their skin, and she’s making caring choices.

Who wouldn’t want to look like this compassionate stunner? Follow McCabe’s luscious lead and take our pledge to go fur-free.

Written by Logan Scherer

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