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Lucy Davis Bares Skin to Save Bears' Skin


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Lucy Davis is out to prove there’s nothing regal about cruelty. Clutching a cute teddy bear to her body — and nothing else — the former star of The Office took time out of her busy schedule to pose naked for a sexy new PETA ad condemning the killing of Canadian black bears in order to make caps for the Queen’s Guards.

“So much money is spent, and so much cruelty is spent on what at the end of the day is a hat — and that is it”, says Davis.

“Not only was I horrified to find that it was one bear to make one hat, but also that it’s not really just one bear — in a way, it can be one whole family”, says Davis. “That whole family dies, and again, it’s just for a hat.”

See Lucy's video and hear more about why she thinks bearskin hats should be relegated to the history books.

Davis is the latest in a long list of celebrities who have condemned the slaughter of black bears for ceremonial headpieces, including Pamela Anderson, Sadie Frost, Mary McCartney, Twiggy, Julian Clary, Roger Moore, Jilly Cooper and Amanda Holden.

Join Lucy in Saying No to Bearskins

Instead of financially supporting the shameful slaughter of black bears, Great Britain should set a compassionate example by switching to a humane and progressive alternative and committing to stopping the killing. Join Lucy Davis in speaking out against bear slaughter.
 

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