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Update: Joanna Krupa Responds To Criticism Over Controversial PETA Ad

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krupa“It’s understandable that the Catholic League is wary of another sex scandal, but the sex we’re talking about pertains to dogs and cats. As a practicing Catholic, I am shocked that the Catholic League is speaking out against my PETA ads, which I am very proud of. I’m doing what the Catholic Church should be doing, working to stop senseless suffering of animals, the most defenseless of God’s creation. I am a voice for innocent animals who are being neglected and dumped by the millions at shelters. In my heart I know that Jesus would never condone the suffering that results when dogs and cats are allowed to breed.”

Joanna Krupa responding to criticism over her controversial PETA ad. Yesterday, Ecorazzi gave our support for the advertisement, but suspected it might anger a few people. What do you think about the ad? Chime in and share your thoughts!

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  • RSPANELLA

    The add is strikingly beautiful, however i find myself wondering…….Are you a Vegan? Do you wear leather, silk or eat any animal byproduts? How about wool? I feel confident that your answers (not that we will see them) are not PETA compatible. You & PETA have whored yourself out, sad.

Forbes calls another PETA misstep ‘success’

The only ‘success’ or ‘victory’ for animals is new and continuing vegans.

PIG TRIAL VERDICT: PIGS LOSE, PETA WINS

In short, the lawyers ineptly argued that pigs are not property, and then went on to argue that they are property.

The only label you need on egg cartons: exploitative

We have to recognize that the ‘free range’ campaign (and the many chicken related campaigns like it) is as frivolous as the ‘humane meat’ one.