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.
Schools of Rock‘s Miranda Cosgrove speaks up for animal adoption
— PETA (@peta) October 1, 2015
And American Pie‘s Jason Biggs shares his views about SeaWorld
What’s up, #SeaWorld ???? [email protected] speaks with #PETA about how he REALLY feels about #SeaWorld. #BoycottSeaWorld #SeaWorldSucks #PETA35 A video posted by PETA (@officialpeta) on
PETA US’ supporters had the luxury of eating the best vegan food in Los Angeles
— Bellamy Young (@BellamyYoung) October 1, 2015
Noah Cyrus, recipient of PETA US’ Humanitarian Award, spoke up for animals
Pamela Anderson, one of PETA US’ honorary directors, was a stunning host
— peta2 (@peta2) October 1, 2015
— Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) October 1, 2015
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.