Penelope Cruz joins a PETA campaign against the use of skins

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Penelope Cruz joins a PETA campaign against the use of skins Photograph of the Spanish actress, Penelope Cruz. EFE / Archive

Hispanic actress Penélope Cruz has joined a campaign against the use of leather garments launched by the animal advocacy group People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the organization reported.

Using a play on words in English – “Make us purr, do not wear furr” (Make us purr, not seen skins) – PETA announced the involvement of the Spanish actress in her cause with an image disclosed on social networks in the one that sees the actress posing with a cat in her arms.

“This is beautiful.” Oscar-winning actress Penelope Cruz is a courageous voice in favor of animals and is planting herself before the animals that are killed by her skin in her new ad, “the organization said in a message posted on its website. Twitter account in which he made known the image of the campaign.

On the other hand, the organization denounced in a statement on its website that, because most of the skins come from China, “where there are no laws that regulate the mistreatment of animals”, companies often label their products in a deceptive way to avoid controversies.

For this reason, warns the note, it is very likely that the skin used comes from cats or dogs “equal to those that Cruz usually rescue”.

For her part, the actress said in the statement that she is a strong-willed person who takes up positions on issues, something she has been doing since she was a child, despite the problems that this combative attitude has generated.

“I am strong and I have an opinion, these characteristics have caused me a lot of problems since I was a little girl at school, saying ‘I do not agree’, which led me to fight with other children. life, “said the Spaniard.

The environmental organization has already managed to convince celebrities such as Eva Méndez, Roselyn Sanchez, Sofia Sisniega, Rocsi Díaz, Evelyn Lozada, Daniella Alonso and Patricia de León to pose for their campaigns in favor of animals. (EFEUSA) .-

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