Cody Simpson just made this the BEST Friday EVER!
Listen to the 15 second clip (above)!
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The actor wrote a letter on behalf of PETA to NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn, once again asking for an end to horse carriages in the Big Apple.
Pamela Anderson wants to people to know she's SERIOUS about animal advocacy.
Long a card-carrying member of PETA, Pam is tackling
Pamela Anderson has had ENOUGH of tobacco animal testing.
The actress took to Twitter to show her support for PETA's new initiative against the Food and Drug Administration.
Looks like Pamela Anderson can balance business with compassion!
The actress flew across the Pacific to India on behalf of PETA.
While at a construction site in Mumbai, Pam found Pyari, a stray pooch, wandering around and she HAD to have the pup!
They were unveiling PETA's vegetarian celebrity stamps.
As we previously mentioned, the stamps are arriving just in time to be put on holiday cards, in an attempt to spread the vegetarian message.
Check out some more photos from the unveiling below.
If you'd like to pick up some vegetarian star stamps, you can learn more HERE.
20 of the most famous vegetarians of all-time will be appearing on stamps made by PETA.
They're hoping that this holiday season, during the holiday card sending frenzy, people will use the stamps and help spread awareness.
The vice president of PETA said:
After the collapse of TWO New York City carriage horses in the past two weeks, Pamela Anderson has joined the call for a ban on horse-drawn carriages.
She's joining other celebs, like Lea Michele, in joining a petition to replace the horse-drawn carriages with eco-friendly classic cars.
She wrote on her Facebook page:
"For the second time in less than two weeks, a carriage horse has collapsed on a Manhattan street. Horses do not belong in a congested, urban setting where they are constantly breathing exhaust and sharing the streets with cars, buses and taxis."
She urged all her fans to sign the petition so that these poor horses can be rescued from the streets.
Let's hope that New York's Mayor Bloomberg decides to take action before any more harm comes to those overworked animals.
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