Olympian
Michael Phelps adopted his new pooch,
Stella, and promptly started honing her ability to swim. We’re sure Michael
already qualifies as a hero to Stella even before the London games!

Paul McCartney has schooled many a
musician in rock ‘n’ roll, and now he wants to school children in going vegetarian.
He’s encouraging schools to join his “Meat Free Mondays” campaign and offer students vegetarian options at lunch.

Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky and Switched at Birth actor Constance Marie joined Paul’s chorus,
jumping in with the host of other celebs tweeting for animals this week and
promoting “Meat Free Mondays” and the veggie life.

The
role of WNBA star Candace Parker in the L.A. Sparks’ win
last Wednesday earned her a Player
of the Week
nod, but she plays for
animals every week by working with PETA to fight fur


Photo: Jason Grow/www.jasongrow.com|Hair and makeup: Lauren Genatossio for Team Artist Representative

With
another fur foe, Aimee
Teegarden
, cast in the starring
role, you can bet that the CW Television Network’s new show, The Selection, billed as “the
next Hunger Games,” will be
decidedly fur-free.

To
keep up with what all your fave stars are doing for animals, follow @PETA on Twitter.

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