Bea also called for a boycott of KFC until it improves the way it raises and kills its chickens, campaigned against animal experimentation, spoke out about the abuse of animals on factory farms and was a vocal opponent of the use of exotic animals in circuses.She also helped launch and was a member of PETAs Augustus Club, which helps members remember PETA in their estate plans and wills.They were selfless, compassionate individuals who loved and cared enough to help those who cannot help themselves. Note: I've received quite a few emails from readers complaining that celebrities are only becoming activists for publicity and we should not give them any recognition for it.While I admit there may be some who do, but I honestly don't think we should care why they do it.I would much rather write about Pamela Anderson or any one of the celebrities mentioned above.Here are some of the names of celebrities who choose to wear the skins of tortured animals as body decor.Very thoughtful and compassionate with your letters and it meant a great deal to me."Carson's longtime executive producer Fred De Cordova gave him a sign to wrap it up because they were running out of time.
So it is possible for any one of these celebrities to buy fake fur that looks real if they feel they MUST be seen in fur. During her life, she was a staunch supporter of animal rights and she's still fighting cruelty after her death.
If they protest animal cruelty because they get off seeing their names in the papers, why should we care?
The end result is the same - it may raise awareness or badly needed funds for programs.
Here is PETA's new campaign poster aimed at Mc Donald's cruel slaughter methods. Arthur's image was used with her approval and that of her family.
She left money to PETA in her will to pressure Mc Donald's to switch to a less-violent, USDA-approved chicken slaughter method.