Rather than slowing down around the holidays, PETA protesters kicked things into high gear. Folks strolling by couldn’t help but stop and stare, and these photos make it clear why.
Pedestrians gawked as more than two dozen protesters and a “dead, bloody coyote” demonstrated outside the Prudential Center in Boston—where Canada Goose recently opened a new store.
PETA President Ingrid Newkirk dressed like an elephant and was “beaten” by a handler at a popular Jaipur tourist spot to call for a ban on elephant rides in India.
Kate del Castillo joined PETA in busy Herald Square in Midtown Manhattan to launch her gorgeous “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” ad for PETA and PETA Latino. Fans and reporters clamored to meet and congratulate the longtime activist.
Sometimes, people just need a little help to see the light. So PETA supporters across the country lit the skies up with animal-friendly messages to make the lightbulb about animal rights switch on for holiday shoppers.
Pedestrians at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf had the surprise of their lives when they saw a “mermaid” hanging several feet above the ground from hooks pierced through her skin to urge folks to keep aquatic animals off their plates.
“Jesuses” gathered outside the new Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., to remind folks that going vegan is the perfect way to honor the Christmas message of peace on Earth and goodwill to all members of creation.
Television host Anneka Svenska and model Rhian Sugden joined PETA U.K. to protest Canada Goose’s new European flagship store in London.
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As Texas A&M University (TAMU) continues its cruel tests on dogs, PETA activists showed up at the school’s graduation ceremony to remind students and their families that dogs are still suffering in the university’s laboratories.
Nearly nude PETA supporters—bodypainted to look bruised, beaten, and bloodied—asked holiday shoppers to give sheep some peace on Earth this year by keeping wool apparel off their lists. Demonstrators braved the cold in Philadelphia …
… and Portland, Oregon, to call for a wool-free winter.
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