Tasty! Toronto’s Veggie ‘Pureed’

Published by PETA.

Oops—I meant to say “Parade.”

OK, so maybe that pun made you wince, but the photos from Toronto’s first annual Veggie Pride Parade will make you beam! PETA’s own Chris P. Carrot, Lettuce Ladies, and “seal” joined hundreds of revelers who encouraged curious onlookers to help animals, their own health, and the planet by going vegan.

 

Even the veggie dogs were all smiles.
Veggie Dog

 

You can-can do it—give peas a chance, that is.
Veggie Pride

 

(No more puns this week. I promise.)

Written by Karin Bennett

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