People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals this week announced that it would send dog excrement to Iams to protest the pet food company’s continuing use of animal tests.
In a press release, PETA said,
Taking a page from the “flaming bags of dog poop” book of practical jokes, PETA members will clean up dog “business” at a local dog park and raise a stink about Iams abuse of dogs and cats by sending it to the pet-food maker in bags marked “IamsÂ’ Animal Tests Stink” as an unmistakable statement that the companyÂ’s cruel laboratory experiments stink
Just one question — how will Iams tell the difference between dog excrement and the normal crap that PETA sends it in letters, flyers and press releases?
Â‘Poop BagsÂ’ Spoofing Iams Dog-Food Bags Marked Â‘IamsÂ’ Animal Tests StinkÂ’. Press Release, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, August 27, 2004.
There are no revisions for this post.