PETA US Celebrates Its 35th Anniversary!

Posted on by Nirali Shah

Recently, PETA US celebrated its 35th anniversary – and the only way to acknowledge 35 years of cutting-edge campaigns that have brought about monumental change for animals is to have a party filled with stars and compassion, which is exactly what the group did.

The event – hosted by Anjelica Huston and Pamela Anderson – featured a gourmet dinner, a silent auction and a star-studded awards ceremony.

Schools of Rock‘s Miranda Cosgrove speaks up for animal adoption

  And American Pie‘s Jason Biggs shares his views about SeaWorld

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PETA US’ supporters had the luxury of eating the best vegan food in Los Angeles

Noah Cyrus, recipient of PETA US’ Humanitarian Award, spoke up for animals

 Pamela Anderson, one of PETA US’ honorary directors, was a stunning host

To round off the evening, Sir Paul McCartney and Beck gave performances that brought the guests to their feet

During his concert, McCartney told the audience, “When I first heard the name, that’s what appealed to me, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. I thought that was really a very dignified, very cool title. They’ve got 35 years of saving so many animals. And we love them”.

PETA US has grown from two people in a spare room to the most powerful force for animal rights in the world – and it’s all because of the dedication of their members and supporters. See how PETA US has helped animals over the past 35 years.