peta2’s annual Libby Awards are in full swing, which means that we’re asking you guys to vote on your favorite peta2 ads, animal-friendly bands, and of course, swoon-worthy celebs to help us decide who we should choose as the winners.

In addition to peta2 nominees such as Disney Channel star China Anne McClain and vegan mama Tia Mowry, lots of other celebs made headlines this week for their own good deeds! Let’s check out the highlights:


As a notorious fur-wearer, Kanye West is not always on peta2’s “nice” list, but finding out that the D.C. stop of his current tour was catered by local vegan eatery Woodlands Vegan Bistro won him some points in our book! Maybe all that BBQ tofu, sweet kale salad, and vegan mac and cheese will sway Yeezy over to the vegan side. 😉

More and more compassionate celebs are speaking out against SeaWorld after watching the heartbreaking documentary Blackfish. The latest name to add to that list is Teen Wolf cutie Dylan O’Brien. As if we didn’t have a big enough crush on him already!

Peta celebrity stamp series

PETA rolled out its latest celebrity stamp series, which features Mayim Bialik, Joaquin Phoenix, Sarah Silverman, Bob Barker, and more. They’re the perfect stamps to mail with your PETA holiday cards. 🙂

Vampire Diaries star and animal crusader Ian Somerhalder—alongside his kitty companion, Moke—proved that cat people are the hottest people in a recent interview with People magazine. We couldn’t agree more!

The summer set macys thanksgiving day parade

peta2 pals The Summer Set were tapped to fill in for Joan Jett on the South Dakota float in last week’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The float may have lost one badass vegan rocker in Joan Jett, but it gained a band full of awesome, animal-loving stars! Check out the full performance here.

Don’t forget to vote for your fave animal-friendly celebs in this year’s Libby Awards to let us know who you think we should pick as winners, and be sure to keep up with peta2 on Twitter for all the latest gossip!

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