... I have a sudden craving for a steak.
A pragmatic fight for animal rights
Despite criticism, we at Peta believe compromises and funny antics are necessary to the real work of animal protection
Stop right there!
Just a thought, but perhaps criticism of celebrity obsessed gimmicks wouldn't be quite as barbed if PETA actually spent rather more of their £25m pa donations on the mundane tasks involved in protecting animals.
Of 2,216 animals taken to its premises in Norfolk, Virginia, last year, 2,124 were put to sleep - almost six per day. Homes were found for just seven.
The high-profile charity, famous for its "I'd rather go naked than wear fur" campaigns, has euthanised more than 20,000 pets in the last decade, according to figures it has supplied to Virginia state officials.
You know, maybe run a shelter or two (too expensive, perhaps?) instead of throwing money at headline-grabbing stunts and ads featuring their Hollywood chums?
They do have a walk in freezer which cost $10,000 though. It helps to snuff out the animals before they are dumped in a skip.
Still, who cares as long as the glitzy party invites keep rolling in?