Calgary – PETA is calling for a boycott of the new movie Alpha (formerly known as The Solutrean) after learning that, despite monitoring from the ineffective American Humane, multiple bison were reportedly slaughtered and partially skinned to be used for a hunting scene.
Animal rights group PETA is calling for a boycott of the Sony Pictures movie Alpha after reports that five bison were killed and partially skinned for filming of a hunting scene. In addition, PETA alleges that Alpha used animals procured from Birds & Animals Unlimited, a company that has previously come under fire for animal neglect.
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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is calling for a boycott of the film Alpha, which hits theaters this weekend, over an allegation that animals were slaughtered and skinned during an
Many fans are also disturbed by the video, with some vowing to boycott the film along with PETA.
Animal rights activists have widely celebrated the closing of Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey because of the insurmountable evidence illustrating extreme animal cruelty.
PETA is calling on dog lovers “to boycott the film in order to send the message that dogs and other animals should be treated humanely, not as movie props,” Lange said.
I boycott many things in regard to animal cruelty (I refuse to to buy products tested on animals.) The producer seems genuine to me and so does this actor.
In 2010 a Virginia veterinarian inspected PETA’s animal shelter and discovered the truth about the so-called “shelter.” Get the full report Even adoptable animals aren’t safe.
Now PETA has scored a major victory and is ending its Kentucky Fried Cruelty boycott in Canada. The boycott will continue in other countries where KFC has restaurants, including the U.S., until they follow the lead of the Canadian KFCs that have agreed to make changes.