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Ferdinand The Bull: As Told By Seth Rogen And The Salastina Music Society

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Who knew that Seth Rogen was such a classy fella’.

The Hollywood actor recently dawned his fanciest dinner jacket and teamed up with the Salastina Music Society to narrate the children’s book The Story of Ferdinand, or, more commonly known as, Ferdinand The Bull.

The kid’s tale tells the story of Ferdinand who, instead of fighting, would rather be chilling out with all his cool farm animal friends in nature. We feel your pain, Ferd!

Our pals over at PETA we’re pleased with Seth’s decision to share the bull’s plight and pointed out that, “Because this is a book for kids, Leaf…didn’t mention that bulls are repeatedly stabbed with knives (called banderillas) until they are dizzy, weakened from blood loss, and suffering agonizing pain.”

Yikes!

Check out the video below and, if you feel so moved, stop by PETA.org to sign their petition to end the Running of the Bulls. Go, Team Ferdinand!

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