What’s better than T-shirt time? “No
T-shirt” time! And that’s exactly what the throng of Jersey Shore
fans got outside MTV’s Times Square studios when Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino revealed his new PETA ad encouraging everyone to spay and neuter their animals.

Fans who couldn’t make the unveiling
still got to see Sitch’s sweet tweet that revealed his ad and gave some love to
PETA. And he wasn’t the only one turning Twitter into an animal love-fest this
week. Check out what these other celebs were doing to help with PETA campaigns:

Morrissey sings about how “Meat
Is Murder
,” so, of course, he doesn’t want any dead bodies around him when he’s performing. For his appearance on The Colbert
Report
, Morrissey insisted that the entire building be meat-free for the day. And when,
in true Colbert fashion, Stephen tried to rib Moz about his morals, the PETA
pal had some zingers of his own ready. “Animals are nicer than humans,”
he deadpanned. “If you stick your grandmother in an oven, she will
probably be tasty. But is that any reason to eat your grandmother?”

James
Cameron

might be about to make a titanic impact on the way the world eats. The director
and newly minted vegan is challenging
environmentalists to adopt a plant-based diet
 to save the planet. During a recent speech, he told the audience, “I want to challenge
everybody here: If you’re an environmentalist, I say, my challenge is, you can’t
be an environmentalist, you can’t be an ocean steward, without truly walking
the walk, and you can’t walk the walk in the world of the future, the world
ahead of us, the world of our children, not eating a plant-based diet.”

And vegan Emily Deschanel is speaking up once again. Her show, Bones, dedicated another episode
to animal rights, this time, to the cruelty of keeping exotic animals as “pets.”

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

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