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Pixies Frontman Frank Black Signs PETA's Petition Against KFC Cruelty

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If we all had to agree on one thing, I think it just might be that KFC totally blows! True, the fried “chicken” company did take a giant leap forward in Canada when they introduced a vegan faux-chicken sandwich and agreed to only buy chickens from suppliers who use gas as a method of slaughter – the least cruel option available. But here in America…they still SUCK!!

Thankfully, a bevy of celebrity helpers have donated their time, reputation and money to help PETA convince KFC to treat animals betters. The latest star to get involved in the campaign is Pixies frontman, Frank Black. Black formed the Pixies in 1986 and more than 20 years later, fans are still obsessed! And I can see why!

Black proved he not only rocks the stage, but the heart, when he signed PETA’s petition to help end the suffering of  nearly 850 million chickens annually at the hands of KFC’s suppliers. And now it’s your turn to get involved!

Listen, I know that not everybody’s a vegetarian or particularly keen on PETA, and that’s cool. We love everyone here at Ecorazzi! But certainly the majority of us would like to see animals treated as humanely as possible before they die. So won’t you please take 3 seconds and sign PETA’s petition to help end KFC’s exceptionally cruel treatment of animals here in the States? If Canada can do it, so can WE!

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