• Ivy Engebretson

    veggie love! even sir paul is one of us!

  • Grace

    Go Paul! McCartney and his late wife, Linda, were outspoken vegetarians and animal rights activists. Following her death, he continued to lobby for fair treatment of animals. In 2006, he spoke out against seal hunting. The singer and former Beatle has lent his support to Israeli animal rights activists fighting to pass a bill banning all fur trade in Israel.

  • Danielle Rene

    "If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be vegetarian." - Sir Paul McCartney

  • Carol Rossbach-Shippers. (V)

    PaulMcCartney #Beatles | #Celebrity | #Vegan, Go To www.likegossip.com to get more Gossip News!

  • Tamira Mae

    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) recently released a campaign to promote vegetarianism in its followers by using famous testimonials to help gain support for the movement.

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