PETA’s New Billboards Encourage Passers-By to Adopt a Cat or Dog
As People Start to Hit the Streets Again, the Group Puts Up Animal-Friendly Messages
Singapore – As Singapore begins to lift its coronavirus lockdown, PETA is launching billboards in the capital to share a very important to-do list which includes adopting a dog or cat in need.
The billboards were provided by The Perfect Media Group and are first launching at Queensway Shopping Centre (on Alexandra Road, at the intersection with Jalan Bukit Merah – see the Google Maps link here).
Photographs of the billboards are available upon request.
“It’s a new day and a great time to think about ways you can impact the world and help others,” says PETA Senior Vice President of International Campaigns Jason Baker. “PETA’s life hacks include cooking vegan meals, watching cute videos, and adopting a dog or cat if you’re able to do so.”
PETA encourages anyone in a position to adopt an animal in need to contact their local animal shelter. Countless dogs and cats are currently fending for themselves on the streets, where they may be hit by cars, suffer from diseases, or endure abuse. That’s why PETA – whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to abuse in any way” and which opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview – urges people to adopt animals, never buy them from breeders or pet stores, and always have them spayed or neutered.