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Kelly Brook Asks, 'Whose Skin Are You In?'


Kelly Brook for PETA

Painted as a snake, actor and model Kelly Brook stars in a sexy PETA ad to call attention to the suffering of reptiles when they're turned into shoes, handbags, belts and other accessories. Kelly starred in the horror-comedy hit Piranha 3-D, and although she was eaten alive by the feisty fish, it didn't dampen her resolve to speak up for wildlife. Kelly asks, "Whose Skin Are You In?" to encourage others to think about where their wardrobe comes from and to discourage people from wearing someone else's skin.

Snakes killed for their skin are often nailed to trees and skinned alive before being tossed into a pile to die. The snakes can suffer for days before succumbing to shock or dehydration. With tons of fashionable and cruelty-free alternatives like fake snake and mock croc available, there is no reason for animals to suffer for one's wardrobe.

Learn more about the cold-blooded horrors of the exotic-skins industry by watching this shocking PETA US video exposé narrated by Joaquin Phoenix.

Join Kelly and PETA in sending a powerful message not only to the cruel exotic-skins industry but also to designers, retailers and others who directly profit from the suffering caused by this brutal business. Take the pledge now to shed exotic skins from your wardrobe!

Pledge to Shed Exotic Skins From Your Wardrobe

I, the undersigned, hereby pledge to shed exotic skins from my wardrobe. I say "No!" to the cruel slaughter of millions of animals around the world for their skins. I say "No!" to shoes, coats, bags and other products made from the skins of animals and to any other attempt to sneak animal skins into everyday items. I pledge to expose the truth about exotic skins and to spread the word until we close down the exotic-skins trade forever.
 

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