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Anne Hathaway Takes A Step For Vegan-Kind

(CELEBRITY) Anne Hathaway, Oscar-winning actress for her role in Les Miserables, took a step in the right direction for Oscar fashion at Sunday's award show. The starlet wore a pair of vegan shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti. On the red carpet, she even made a comment to Ryan Seacrest calling her success "the cherry on top of a wonderful, wonderful dish of vegan ice cream." You go, Anne! Read on to learn who designed the rest of her vegan shoe collection and how much a pair like Anne's may cost. — Global Animal

Anne Hathaway Goes Vegan For Catwoman

(CELEBRITY VEGAN) — After Anne Hathaway found out she was going to be the next actress to slip on the skin-tight catsuit for The Dark Knight Rises, she abandoned her vegetarian diet for a vegan one. Hathaway said her body became so dependent on healthy eating when she tried to cheat and have a few slices of pizza she felt ill. After filming was over she decided to give veganism a try for good. Read more below on Hathaway's vegan diet. — Global Animal  

The Oscars Gets An Animal-Friendly Face-Lift

(CELEBRITY NEWS/ANIMAL WELFARE) And the Oscar goes to...Academy Award’s host Ellen DeGeneres and the rest of the animal-loving Oscar-goers, including best supporting actor nominee Jared Leto and Oscar winner Anne Hathaway. Thanks to their compassionate lifestyles, this year’s Academy Awards has had an animal-friendly make-over. — Global Animal

Vegan Natalie Portman Wins Oscar

HOLLYWOOD, CA - And the winner is...being veggie! The 83rd Academy Awards was a winning night for animal lovers. Vegan Natalie Portman won the Oscar for Best Actress. The evening's co-host Anne Hathaway is also a vegetarian, as is presenter Russell Brand. In fact, it seems like being a vegetarian is also good karma for winning the famous gold statue. The long list of vegan and vegetarian Oscar winners include Kate Winslet, Joaquin Phoenix, Anna Paquin, Diane Keaton, Russell Crowe, Forest Whitaker, Dustin Hoffman, and many others.

Global Animal wants to give a shout out to Natalie Portman and Christian Bale who inspire us by demonstrating their love for animals by choosing a compassionate diet. Congratulations from all of your two-legged and four-legged fans here at Global Animal! – Global Animal


Steaming Hot Veggies! Celebs Say No To Meat (GALLERY)

(VEGETARIAN/VEGAN/CELEBRITY ACTIVISTS) Vegetarianism has hit Hollywood in a big way, and some of the biggest stars in tinseltown are not afraid to talk about their health-conscious habits. Check out the gallery below of Hollywood's hottest celebrity veggies, who say no to meat, and hello to beets! — Global Animal

Eco-Fashion Fridays: Why Faux Fur Is Friendlier

(GREEN/FASHION) While the choice between faux fur and real fur should be an easy one for any animal lover, many "natural fur" fans argue that manufacturing faux fur is actually more damaging to the environment. Yet aside from ethical beliefs, studies show faux fur is almost five times greener than your average mink. Continue reading for more on the debate between faux fur and real fur and learn more reasons to feel fashionable and fabulous in faux fur. — Global Animal

Eco-Fashion Fridays: Because Your Body Isn’t A Graveyard

(GREEN/FASHION) Beyond Skin, a fashion-forward, vegan shoe company, successfully reached their funding goal with the help of Change.org in order to make their innovative and eco-friendly line a little more wallet-friendly. Beyond Skin’s 'vintage style aesthetics’ accommodate the lady who is hip, classy, and unique, but most importantly has a heart that throbs for animals. With 100 percent recycled material, this compassionate brand guarantees sustainable and fair production. Beyond skin is also launching a more wearable line. Their freshly released Autumn-Winter 2013 line utilizes bold geometric designs, tribal patterns, warm colors, and a spice for femininity. Not only will your purchase make you a smart consumer, but a portion of the proceeds also go PETA. Take that, Marc Jacobs! — Global Animal 

Ke$ha Ruffles Some Feathers

(CELEBRITY NEWS) American pop star Ke$ha is best known for her careless party girl image, but for a while now, the "Tik Tok" singer has been making a name for herself as an animal rights activist. Last year, the glitter-loving star urged fans to boycott Canadian seafood in order to help put an end to seal clubbing. She also wrote an open letter advocating for an international ban on cosmetic animal testing. On March 23, she will receive the distinguished Wyler award from the HSUS, which was previously given to Sir Paul McCartney, Hayden Panettiere, and other celebrity animal advocates. But many animal lovers are angered by the Humane Society's decision to award Ke$ha given her questionable past of wearing feathers and fur, as well as her offhand remarks regarding owning wild animals. Read on to find out why Ke$ha might not be the best candidate for this award — Global Animal

Vegan Diet: Longer, Healthier, More Energized Lifestyle

(COMPASSIONATE LIVING) The cruelty towards animals that happen within the walls of a slaughterhouse is sickening. Animals are confined to tiny spaces, electrically stunned, battered, and objectified, all for increased profitability. Livestock production is also a major cause of land degradation, pollution, and climate change. Becoming vegan not only opposes cruelty, but also is a treat for your body. — Global Animal

Celebrities With Their Pups (GALLERY)

(CELEBRITY PHOTO GALLERY) Celebrities may not live the most ordinary lives, but one thing is for certain: they sure do love man's best friend! Take a look at these great shots of some of your favorite celebrities with their pooches. — Global Animal

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