Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?
To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the browsers below.

Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.

Animal RoundUp :: Prince William Hunts, Kate Moss With Fur, and Pink Saves Pigs

Like us on Facebook:
The current article you are reading does not reflect the views of the current editors and contributors of the new Ecorazzi

roundup.jpg
Some small tidbits from the world of animal rights fell into my lap today. Let’s take a look:

Prince William is enraging animal rights protesters by continuing to hunt for pheasants on his family’s Norfolk Estate. Groups such as Animal Aid had hoped the Prince’s potential wife, Kate Middleton, might have changed his mind over hunting. However, paparazzi spotted Kate assisting William with the dead birds last week. Alas. Read more….

Kate Moss has been issued a sharp warning by The World Society for the Protection of Animals after she appeared in a Burberry campaign that contained animal fur. A rep for Burberry produced this amusing response: “”There will be occasions where the use of fur will be…important to the design and aesthetics of a product. We will not use fur if there is a serious concern that the fur has been produced by the unacceptable treatment of the animals concerned.” Um, like killing it? Read more…

Rocker Pink is getting serious about helping to save Pigs. She recently told Talk-Show host, Paul O’Grady, “I want to rescue pigs–the one’s that are about to be eaten!” Pink, who is a rep for PETA, also recently lashed out at Beyonce for wearing fur. Read more…

Like us on Facebook:
0 Comments

PETA still gives “Compassionate Business” awards to non-vegan companies

It’s not far from the back-patting of Meatless Monday or reducetarianism, but it comes with a cyber plaque.

Hardheaded Vegan Bullies, and What to Do About Them

My “fighting words” are not calling someone “elitist,” “stupid,” or a “lunatic.” They’re “education,” “freedom,” and “equality.”

Protesting Kylie Jenner’s Use of Fur Doesn’t Help Animals

Campaigns against fur, whether that’s at the PETA level or a small mobbing like this, don’t work because they promote the use of other animal products.