Wallis Day Champions a Brighter Vegan Future in New PETA Campaign
With her skin glowing from plant-powered goodness, actor Wallis Day stars in a new PETA campaign urging her fans to go vegan and usher in a brighter future in which sensitive animals are no longer slaughtered by the billions for food.
Wallis Day – whose new film, Infinite, is set for release in May – explains why she went vegan back in 2017:
“When I learned about the horrifying treatment of animals raised and killed for food, I didn’t want to be part of that. Now, I’m proud to be part of the vegan revolution that’s taking place around the world. I feel good knowing that I’m doing my part to reduce my carbon footprint and spare animals the horrors of the slaughterhouse.”
The actor teamed up with PETA to inspire more people to enjoy the benefits of going vegan.
Go Vegan to Prevent Pandemics
The reasons to go vegan have never been clearer or more pressing. COVID-19 is believed to have originated in a “wet market” where live and dead animals were sold for human consumption.
Filthy meat markets, factory farms, and abattoirs crammed full of sick, stressed animals are breeding grounds for zoonotic diseases. To help prevent future killer outbreaks, we must stop confining, abusing, and slaughtering animals for their flesh.
Go Vegan to Save Lives
Chickens, cows, pigs, sheep, fish, and other animals on farms have feelings, thoughts, and personalities. Yet the meat, egg, dairy, and fishing industries subject them to claustrophobic conditions, extreme suffering, and violent slaughter.
We hold immense power to spare them misery. Every vegan saves nearly 200 animals per year.
Go Vegan to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Animal agriculture is killing our planet. It’s responsible for a greater proportion of greenhouse-gas emissions than all forms of transportation combined. The situation is so dire that the UN is calling for urgent changes now, including to our diet. All vegan foods have a smaller carbon footprint than their animal-derived equivalents. The most effective thing each of us can do to slow down climate change is to go vegan.
Go Vegan to Stay Healthy
On average, vegans are fitter, trimmer, and healthier than meat-eaters are. Their risk of suffering from some of the biggest killers, such as cancer, heart disease, strokes, and diabetes, is much lower, and their life expectancy is higher.
What Are You Waiting For?
Going vegan is the single best thing we can do as individuals to tackle some of the biggest threats to our world. Let’s do it!