We highlighted this ad in our WordPress blog before it was pulled.. It seems the celeb world is now jumping on the badwagon in calling for McDonalds to source ‘humane’ foods

STOP ANIMAL ABUSE

When you think of being kind to animals, McDonald’s doesn’t exactly pop up in your head I’m sure. PETA has named the fast food giant ‘McCruelty,’ and the Humane Society has claimed that animal cruelty is behind McDonald’s ‘McRib’sandwich. Celebs, including Ryan Gosling and Zooey Deschanel, joined in and asked McDonald’s to at least start buying free-range eggs after Mercy For Animals’ investigation of their egg supplier, Sparboe Farms, uncovered horrific cruelty.

Now, McDonald’s has added another reason for animal-lovers to say “I’m not lovin’ it.”According to Huffington Post, a recent radio ad compared their new Chicken McBites to things that McDonald’s called risky behaviors, including “shaving your head,” “naming your son Sue,” “giving your friends your Facebook password” and “petting a stray pit bull.” As you can imagine, pit bull lovers were not too pleased with the implication that petting one of…

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