PETA, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is teaching their message of love and tolerance for animals younger and younger. In 2008, they sent the message to Suri Cruise that she should learn early that wearing fur is a no -no. Now that Bristol Palin is a mom, PETA is sending her and Baby Tripp a gift with a message of peace…or should we say peas. Group spokesperson Michelle Cho says that since Sarah and Todd Palin “never met an animal they didn’t like — to eat or shoot” PETA is sending a onesie bodysuit that says “Give Peas a Chance” and a bib with the slogan “Animals Are My Friends.”
PETA wants to send the message that it’s never too early to instill good vegan eating habits and promote “world peas.” Also included in the care package to the moose-shooting family is an “Animals Are My Friends” bib and other goodies.
“Tripp will inherit a kinder and more compassionate world than the one his grandparents cling to,” Cho wrote in a note. “There is a growing consciousness among people everywhere of how our actions affect those around us, including animals. Helping children understand that animals are living, feeling beings who deserve to be treated with respect and compassion will help them grow up to be kind, compassionate citizens.”