said the decision was "confusing and disappointing" but had now amended its advert to say "wool = cruelty to sheep".
One person tweeted: "PETA
stopping (sic) to new lows with their stunt in Martin Place today - terrifying children on school holiday outings by barbecuing (a very lifelike) dog.
is always conflating their work with the struggles of black people, queer people, and other people of color," writer and podcast host Ira Madison III tweeted.
In a letter to Goyal, the PETA
India CEO said, "I am writing on behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA
) India and our more than 1 million members and supporters to request that Indian Railways go ahead with its plan to honour the 150th anniversary of Gandhi Jayanti by not serving meat on trains on 2 October - and that it goes a step further by offering only vegan food (which is dairy- and egg-free as well as vegetarian) that day."
In February, PETA
offered another $5000 reward to anyone with information that would lead to the arrest and conviction of armed intruders who shot German Shepherd Rex, who was hailed a hero for defending his teen owner.
named two protesters as members of the Vegan Strike Group, which styles itself as fighters against what it considers to be animal abuse.
Signs in the park warning tourists against the blight of the animals have been placed from earlier pressure from PETA
but the contact information to report animal abuse on the posters is inactive.
Randy Smith wanted to know what sort of relationship PETA
had with Naruto that allowed them to represent him.
In a statement shared with the ECHO, PETA
director Elisa Allen said: "PETA
is calling on Thomas Cook to join STA Travel and Responsible Travel in rejecting SeaWorld's orca prisons, where intelligent marine mammals have no choice but to swim in endless circles around tiny concrete tanks."
An Iranian-American gastroenterologist is a finalist to become the 2017 Sexiest Vegan Next Door, a contest run by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA
Animal protection charity People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA
) said it has so far received 5,000 pledges for 2016 to stop eating and using animal products, up from 1,500 this time last year.
"Glasses were seen as a stigma, however, [they] are now seen as a style piece," Peta
Bush candidly stated during our interview.