Cody Simpson: Animals Are Family

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Adorable Aussie Cody Simpson has girls around the globe in full-on swoon as they scramble to grab his new EP, Preview to Paradise, and catch him on his US tour this summer. But who’s really got him good? His dog, Buddy. Cody Simpson for PETA In his new campaign for PETA, Cody asks all his fans to take excellent care of their own animals and always speak up anytime they see or suspect animal abuse:

Cody joins a growing list of compassionate stars, including Justin Bieber, Jay Sean, Michael Clarke Duncan, Anti-Flag and Lauren Goodger, who have taken time out of their intensely busy schedules to ask that people never be silent when animals are not being treated with the kindness and respect that they deserve.



  • Tara O'Regan commented on December 24, 2012 at 12:03 am

    yeah!! go animals

  • Phodoulla Hamilton commented on January 20, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    We have 20 wonderful cats/kittens who we care for. They have proved to be amazing creatures and they bring an abundance of joy to our family and many others who visit. They have also demonstrated their innate healing abilities with people and amongst themselves.

    Our cats are treated with great respect and fed a natural diet.

    As you can imagine these creatures appreciate human interaction, also humans appreciate cat interaction, so, as a result, we are opening a Cat Lounge to accommodate these relationships.

    The property that we now accommodate is not appropriate for this to happen, (or even appropriate for us to stay with the cats) and I am looking for a larger space to create this haven.

    I am writing to you with the hope that you might consider supporting me, or pointing me in the right direction, in this venture.

  • Rebecca Keir commented on September 22, 2013 at 9:47 pm

    I think this is great work! Completley agree!

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