Gallagher, star of the hit show 7th Heaven, is here to
In a brand-new
public service announcement (PSA) from PETA, David teams up
with his canine costar, Happy, to let students know that they
can ask for humane alternatives to animal dissection in
biology class. Books, computer programs, and high-tech models
are available, David points out, and every student has the
right to an education without hurting animals. “You’ll learn
just as much about animals—including respect for them,” says
this compassionate cutie.
Ask your local TV stations
to air PETA’s David
Gallagher PSA. Contact PETA for a free
If you’re faced with
dissection, call PETA’s Education
Department for a free “Cut out dissection” pack loaded
with facts to help you stand up for your
thanks her vegan diet for her glowing skin and shiny
has been crooning "Meat Is Murder" for years.
Harlow is a model of compassion.
Dharma and Greg
’s Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson
signed PETA’s anti-fur petition to Vogue
singer Chrissie Hynde calls PETA “the world’s most rock ’n’ roll
’ Tobey Maguire says that rule number one is kindness to
Schenkenberg posed for a PETA anti-fur ad.
Sugar Ray’s fly guy
Mark McGrath has a soft spot for animals.
Todd Oldham dresses hipsters for success—without fur or
Williams took time out from partying to speak to reporters about
what’s wrong with animal
Does your best
friend think you and your pals are green with envy over her new
leather jacket and ponyskin platforms?
We hate to be
the ones to break it to her, but those green faces probably have
nothing to do with jealousy. Odds are, she’s not turning heads with
her “corpse clothing”—she’s turning stomachs!
Are You Wearing a
Alicia Silverstone posed in
pleather to promote PETA’s “Fake, for the Animals’ Sake”
leather sold in the United States comes from cows, but it can also
be made from horses, sheep, lambs, goats, and pigs—who suffer all
the horrors of the factory farm and slaughterhouse—as well as from
cats and dogs killed in Asia.
When you buy leather, you can’t
tell where it came from—or what animal it was made from.
In India, cattle are often forced
to march for hundreds of miles to slaughter without food or water.
To keep the cows moving, workers beat them, break their tails, and
rub chili peppers into their eyes.
“It Would Be Horrible If
Someone Cut Off Your Leg”
Cattle in North America don’t have it any
easier. A videotape of a packing plant in Washington state found
that many cows are wide awake when their throats are slit and their
legs hacked off. Said one worker,“ It would be horrible if someone
cut off your leg without anesthesia.” Added another, “It’s ugly what
Ugly, but not all that unusual.
Slaughterhouse workers often strangle, beat, scald, skin, and cut up
fully conscious animals.
Is That Purse
keep leather from rotting, leather factories use toxic substances
like formaldehyde, coal-tar derivatives, and cyanide-based oils and
dyes. Exposure to these chemicals can cause everything from
nosebleeds to leukemia and cancer!