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Rue McClanahan Welcomes You to PETA Prime

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Rue McClanahanIf there were ever a great time to be over 50, this is it! Our experience coupled with our seasoned hearts give us the power to change the world. And it’s easy to do, because the simple choices that we make every day can improve our own wellbeing, the lives of animals, and the planet.

That’s why I’m excited to introduce you to PETAPrime.org-a brand-new Web site full of great resources to help all of us live more compassionate, greener, and healthier lives. At PETAPrime.org, you’ll find useful information and great tips about how you can help animals, yourself, and the global community by making animal-friendly choices. You’ll find fun giveaways, travel tips, home and gardening ideas, recipes, companion animal stories, lovely photos, and much more.

It’s your one-stop “shop” for what’s important to you.

So please join me in celebrating kind choices at PETAPrime.org.

Fondly,

Rue McClanahan, Honorary Director
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

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    Jen Gunshore says...

    September 19th, 2008, 11:17 pm

    Oh, wow, I didn’t know that Rue McClanahan was an animal actavist! That’s great! I watch her in the Golden Girls all the time, she’s halarious! I’m so glad to have her with Peta!
    Thannks for all you’re doing Rue! Your awsome!

    Robin Hartman says...

    September 20th, 2008, 1:28 pm

    Hi Rue!
    I just LOVE you! Thanks for all you do for the animals!
    Critter lover,
    Robin

    Marianne Montague says...

    September 22nd, 2008, 8:39 am

    Please join the “walk for farm animals” in October in
    your city!!
    I am marching on October 4, 2008, in Miami. Find out
    from Peta, where your local walk is organized.
    Every time I joined the walk, we made an impression
    on many people who still have NO idea about the
    treatment of our dear farm animals.

    Elizabeth says...

    November 21st, 2008, 12:14 am

    How exciting! I am so happy to have Rue as a supporter – I was so sad to hear Estelle Getty died – all of you were such a great team! I hope to hear from Bea and Betty too – all of you are so great! Thanks again – I look forward to new blogs from you! -Elizabeth :D

    Phyllis says...

    December 13th, 2008, 9:29 pm

    Years ago I saw the PETA video “Midwest Pig Farm Investigation” and Rue McClanahan narrated it. At the time I had a public access show and I ran the video. The abuses uncovered were so extreme that the management forced me to put a warning at the beginning of the show. Rue also did some PSAs for PETA – I remember one she did with Betty White and Bea Arthur against wearing fur. I also remember Bea Arthur speaking out against KFC and animals in entertainment. These women really are golden!

    dawn hankins says...

    January 13th, 2009, 1:28 pm

    i have just recently joined peta.it has opened my eyes about all the abuse that the animals go through.everything i eat now is vegan.thank you for opening my eyes to what i was supporting.

    Marina says...

    April 17th, 2010, 10:45 am

    I’ve been in the AR movement since I was 30—and now I’m nearly 51, and so glad to have made it to my “PETA Prime.” This site is a great idea. Rue’s been on board for at least that long, and it’s great to see her online, too!

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