Naked 'bunnies' would rather be cold than wear fur
This is part of the animal rights group's "Only Animals Should Wear Fur" campaign.
Two bunnies will wear "little more than bunny ears, cotton tails and signs reading, 'Only Animals Should Wear Fur.'" They will handout leaflets urging people not to buy fur by explaining how animals become coats.
PETA says rabbits and other fur farm animals live in cramped, filthy cages and are killed by poisoning, gassing, anal electrocution or neck-breaking. Some trapped animals are stomped on, PETA says. The group also says in China, the world's leading fur exporter, sometimes cats and dogs are skinned alive.
"I'll gladly bare my skin in the cold if it will help save animals' skins," said naked "bunny" Amanda Fortino, in a statement. "With so many stylish and toasty alternatives to fur available, there's no excuse for harming a hair on a real bunny's back."
You plan to go and support the cause? Show off your fur coat? Just eat lunch?
Getty Images photo of Washington protest