Want to know the best way to give thanks this holiday season according to PETA?
Join Paul McCartney and say NO THANKS to turkey.
The rocker and long time vegetarian has teamed up with PETA once again to alert folks of the horrors of slaughterhouses.
45 million turkeys are killed for Thanksgiving while another 25 million die for Christmas.
Will U join Paul and PETA's cause and say no to turkey?
Last month, we told you that Sir Paul McCartney had stepped up to the plate to get an abused elephant set free.
And know, Sunder will be set free!!!
Paul McCartney takes his animal activism SERIOUSLY!
After hearing about the abuse of a Indian elephant, the rocker halted his Olympic Opening Ceremony rehearsal and sent a letter to India's Forest Minister.
Paul McCartney is teaming up with The Humane Society to end the horrific use of animal testing in cosmetics.
Every year, small animals like rabbits, mice, and monkeys go through excruciatingly painful tests, leaving them with
Sir Paul McCartney wants to help kids take control of their futures!
As part of his Meat Free Mondays initiative, McCartney wants British schools to offer vegetarian school lunches
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.
Celebs such as Paul McCartney, Ellen DeGeneres, Pamela Anderson and more will be on the stamps.
The vice president of PETA said: