PETA's Sea Kitten Campaign Gets Pranked With Steak Ad
Some clever techies confused PETA supporters today by pulling a well-executed prank against their campaign to “re-brand” fish as sea kittens.[social_buttons]
For at least a couple hours today, the internet was abuzz with the fact that www.SeaKittens.com had an Omaha Steaks ad smack-dab at the top of the page. But PETA can’t really be that careless, right?
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Turns out that the page is a line-by-line duplicate of PETA’s actual sea kittens campaign site, but it’s not owned by PETA at all. According to Alley Insider, PETA has confirmed that the site is a parody and that they are not running any steak ads.
All jokes aside, giving up meat is one of the best ways you can help stop the advancement of global warming and air and water pollution.
More information about the environmental impact of meat:
- UN’s Top Climate Scientist Urges People to Combat Climate Change by Eating Less Meat
- German Government Advisory: Eat Meat Only on Special Ocassions
- The Hidden Giant #1: “Food” — Vegetarianism
- Meat is murder on the environment
- How poultry producers are ravaging the rural South
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