Quantcast Vegetarian StarPamela Anderson Saves Water Alfred Hitchcock Way In PETA Ad

Pamela Anderson PETA Alfred Hitchcock

Environmentalists will tell you to take shorter showers, but that’s not the only way to help the Earth, as Pamela Anderson demonstrates in a new PETA ad that plays on Alfred Hitchcock.

The actress stands posed in the bath in an ad that reads:

“Meat and dairy farms drain half the country’s water.”

“Making a splash for the environment doesn’t just mean shorter showers. Try vegan.”

“Rivers are siphoned off, not just for the animals but also for crops like alfalfa grown to feed animals on factory farms,” says Pam.. “Producing 1 pound of beef uses as much water as about six months’ worth of showers.”

Just how much more water could you save by passing on the other animals?

According to PETA, one pound of chicken is the equivalent of 13 showers, one pound of pork is the equivalent of 18 showers and one pound of lamb is the equivalent of 31 showers.

It’s scarier than the look on Pam’s face.

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