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Ke$ha Joins PETA In Protesting Seal Slaughter In Canada

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I know that singer Ke$ha enjoys glitter eyeliner and wakes up in the mornin’ feeling like P. Diddy, but that she’s a vegetarian and animal activist to boot? Color me surprised.

The pop star is featured in a new PETA ad against Canada’s annual seal hunt, which is going on right now and aims to fill a quota for killing several hundred thousand seals for meat, fur, and oil.

The seals (many of them just pups) are often clubbed, beaten, and skinned, and the Canadian government has yet to put a stop to the practice.

The tag line for the poster reads, “Canada’s Club Scene Sucks,” which is fitting for the party girl. Then in small print it reads, “Canada’s night life rules, but clubbing seals is cruel and wastes millions of tax dollars.”

Ke$ha isn’t the only celeb outraged over this, as Ellen Degeneres took to her show and her fans to plead for them to help sign a petition to end the seal slaughter.

Hopefully Ke$ha’s appearance in this will help bring together her fans for this good cause as well!

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