Former Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa is continuing her work with PETA. This time the model and former reality star is advocating for the British Government to introduce legislation to ban the use of wild animals in circuses.
Joanna was bodypainted like a Tiger and stood outside of Parliament to try to bring attention to the issue. She shared “I’ve always loved and respected the importance the U.K. places on protecting animals—which is why I was so surprised to learn that wild-animal circuses are still allowed to tour in England and Wales. No animal should be forced to perform tricks for entertainment, and it’s time the British government put an end to this cruelty.”
PETA once again enlisted reality star Courtney Stodden to help them send a message to PetSmart and other pet retailers. Courtney dressed up as a mouse in a wig, whiskers and high heels and paraded around outside of a PetSmart store with other protesters. At one point Courtney took things to a new dramatic level and laid down in a pretend pool of blood on the sidewalk.
The Mother/Daughter Experiment star shared, “It’s heartbreaking to think that countless mice, rats, bunnies, and lizards are dying in filthy bins for PetSmart’s stores. My friends at PETA and I urge everyone to refuse to shop anywhere that sells live animals!”
It’s no lettuce bikini, but Courtney Stodden is once again dressing up for cause. Courtney donned her best Little Bo Peep turns stripper costume (which is still more clothes than she typically wears on Instagram) and posed for pics in hopes of convincing people to go wool free in a new PETA campaign.
Courtney shared with Too Fab why she’s passionate about saving the sheep. “People don’t realize how severely wounded these sheeps are when they are sheared. They do it really quickly and, in doing so, they don’t care about cutting the sheep. It’s heartbreaking — they cut them, they bleed, you know even down to the point where some of their penises are cut off!”
Real Housewives of Miami'sJoanna Krupa truly is PETA's princess. Yesterday, the Polish model and reality star sent a letter to Poland Minister of National DefenseTomaszSiemoniak commending him for putting a stop to using animals in the military training of medical personal. Instead, modern human simulators will be replacing animals after almost 30,000 people signed a petition on PETA's website. Not surprisingly, studies show that medical providers trained on the life-like human simulators are better prepared than those who learned on dismembered animals.
Poland now joins more than 80 percent of NATO countries that do not harm animals in the name of training. The U.S. has yet to make the switch. Of the news, Joanna states, "The U.S. is so progressive in so many ways, but in this instance, the Old Country has it beat. I am so proud of my homeland for taking such a strong stand against cruelty to animals."
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Real Housewives Of Miami star Adriana de Moura recently teamed up with PETA, posing naked in a bathtub to bring awareness to whales being kept in captivity – more specifically "Lolita" from Miami's Seaquarium. This week the reality star made a trip to San Juan Islands in Washington to visit the capture site of the orcas she's fighting to free.
Adriana shared photos and narration of her trip on Twitter. "Excited! @peta Heading to deep nature – to see orca whales in their natural habitat #lolita." Adriana was a little anxious about boarding the small plane (those are the best kind!!). She shared about the photo below, "This is a tiny plane!! 6 people only – flying towards Canada in search of #lolita's relatives. The adventure continues – landed safely now getting on a boat to look for Orca whales #lolita."
We also secured the photos from the PETA ad – see below!
Now, I'm not one to call out someone else on their convictions, but the story you are about to read is ridiculous. Actually' I don't mean any of that. It's my job to call out celebrities on everything from political views to fashion mishaps, and this story isn't all that crazy. Of course, I am just qualifying that last part to prove that I really don't enjoy calling out anyone based on their beliefs. I could go on forever with this round of circular reasoning.
It's no secret that I am a huge fan of Duck Dynasty. The Robertson boys make me laugh, give me hope in the family unit, and, if you listen to my friends, solidify the notion that I have a definite type, and that type is anything with a beard. It's hard for me to imagine anyone not liking this show or this family, but I'm not going to judge someone who doesn't…even if it means that someone cancels a late night talk show appearance last minute to avoid the cast. Sticking up for what you believe in is an important character trait; however canceling last minute is just plain tacky. 🙂