Courtney Stodden is "dying" for people to stop buying live animals from PetSmart.
The 21-year-old dressed up as a sexy (dead) mouse on Thursday and joined PETA in an El Lay protest against the pet store's allegedly cruel pet trade.
According to a 15-week PETA investigation, a PetSmart supplier has been accused of gassing animals in plastic bags and setting them aside "to die and waste away." Additionally, the organization says that small animals are being warehoused in plastic bins and even frozen alive.
This is so horrific if true!
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Miz Stodden — who laid on the sidewalk in a pool of fake blood — said of the protest:
"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!"
Doug Hutchison's bride took to her own Instagram to say:
On Monday, it was confirmed that Dog Whisperer star Cesar Millan will NOT be facing animal cruelty charges after being investigated by the Los Angeles County Animal Control. Phew!
In case you forgot, the animal expert got himself into a bit of trouble when a video from his Nat Geo WILD show Cesar 911 surfaced where a live pig used for training was bitten by an aggressive french bulldog/terrier mix. Oof!
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Cesar's attorney Brian Klein has since revealed:
This is HUGE!
On Tuesday, Georgio Armani announced that — beginning this year — he will no longer be using fur in his designs! Starting with their fall/winter 2016 season, The Armani Group's collections will stop incorporating animal coats into their garments.
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The 81-year-old said in the exciting announcement:
"I am pleased to announce that the Armani Group has made a firm commitment to abolish the use of animal fur in its collections. Technological progress made over the years allows us to have valid alternatives at our disposition that render the use of cruel practices unnecessary as regards animals. Pursuing the positive process undertaken long ago, my company is now taking a major step ahead, reflecting our attention to the critical issues of protecting and caring for the environment and animals."
The Italian designer's animal-friendly news is a part of the company's deal with the Fur Free Alliance.
These new partners are hoping that the fashion great's decision will also inspire other brands to ditch designs with fur, and instead use different alternatives.
FFA's chairman, Joh Vinding, commented:
Everyone can breathe a sigh of relief!
On Monday, it was reported that Cesar Millan may walk away from his animal cruelty investigation as El Lay County Animal Control is wrapping up their case.
In case you forgot, the Dog Whisperer star got himself into a bucket of hot water when a video from his Nat Geo WILD show Cesar 911 surfaced where a live pig used for training was bitten by an aggressive french bulldog/terrier mix.
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According to some sources, the investigators
Ugh. We're still so sad about this.
In case you need a refresher, Salma Hayek's beloved German Shephard mix Mozart was found shot to death on her Washington property last month. Her neighbor admitted to shooting the dog with a pellet gun in order to scare him away from his property.
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In a statement to the press, Miz Hayek thanked her fans for their support during this obviously difficult time:
"Thank you to the press and my fans for all your support. I am very touched that you are eager to hear from me regarding the death of my beloved dog, Mozart. I assure I am just as eager to speak about this, and I will in time, once I have gathered more information about what has happened."
The 49-year-old actress also took to her Instagram on Tuesday with a touching update:
Our hearts go out to Salma and everyone who loved Mozart.
[Image via Instagram/WENN.]