PETA


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AcronymDefinition
PETAPeople for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
PETAPeople Eating Tasty Animals (parody web site)
PETAPrimary English Teaching Association (Australia)
PETAPembela Tanah Air (Defenders of the Fatherland, Indonesian volunteer army)
PETAPentaerythritol Triacrylate (chemistry)
PETAPlease Explain This Acronym
PETAPrimary Elementary Teachers' Association
PETAPolling Every Time Approach
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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.
Canada Goose also faced scrutiny from PETA and its advocates for its use of coyotes in the fur trim that lines the hoods of its coats.
And as long as PETA kept David Slater tied up in court he couldn't make any money from the picture.
The action follows similar protests by PETA at Thomas Cook stores across the UK.
June 21, but PETA says the final tally will be but one of "several factors" considered in selecting the ultimate winners, who will be notified and announced that will be on June 28.
The crowd warned the Peta members not to meddle in their religious affairs.
PETA contact: Kathy Guillermo, Senior Vice President
The advent of the Internet has transformed the tactics available to PETA to further their anti-fur campaigns.
There's one thing that children, politicians, celebrities, animal welfare groups, and elephant experts have all agreed on: Mali needs -- and deserves -- to be transferred to a proper sanctuary," says PETA Asia Campaigns Manager Rochelle Regodon.
PETA has purchased enough common stock to give the group the right to attend annual shareholder meetings, and submit shareholder resolutions.
6 ( ANI ): Helen Flanagan made an embarrassing Twitter slip-up by posting a picture of herself wearing a PETA t-shirt before adding a photograph where she shows off two leather bags.