Pamela Anderson may have become famous by filling out a one-piece swimsuit on Baywatch, but it's her tireless work in behalf of animals that we at peta2 love her for. In her latest project, "Cruelty Doesn't Fly," Pam stars as a no-nonsense airport security guard who strips travelers (like our pal Steve-O) of their fashion faux pas—animal skins!
Pamela's fashion-cop wardrobe, by top celebrity stylist Cannon, consists of knee-high boots, skimpy Chips-esque shorts, and a jeweled baton—all 100 percent cruelty-free, of course.
Animals who are raised and killed for the fashion industry for fur, leather, wool, and exotic skins often live in miserable conditions before they are killed by electrocution, poisoning, having their necks broken, or being skinned alive.
With the many stylish and affordable alternatives to fur, leather, wool, and exotic skins widely available, there's no reason that anyone should be wearing animals. Watch now as Pamela enforces the "law" to make the point that cruelty doesn't fly.
Please join Pamela and take a stand to help animals exploited and killed in the name of fashion by pledging to wear alternatives to fur, wool, exotic skins, and leather today!
Pledge to Be Cruelty-Free
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No animals will be tortured and killed just so that I can wear them. I pledge never to wear fur, leather, wool, or exotic skins--because cruelty just doesn't fly with me!