For a long time the tradition of choosing which cause to help out heavily relied on the convenience of donating. You weren't thinking of giving that leftover 37¢ change to kids from Peru with cancer if there wasn't a box below the McDonald's drive-thru window guilt tripping you into it. PETA has been pandering for a while. They understand that women rather spend any extra income on a new shoe made from the same crocodiles in the zoo that they're lazily attempting to save. So they've enlisted the help of divorcee hottie Joanna Krupa for men to reach into their pants. And donate to ban wild-animal circuses. But I see how Joanna dressed as a tiger could be confused with those that have a furry fetish.
Joanna took her stand against circuses holding animals captive by getting an elaborate tiger body paint job ... and posing in front of the Houses of Parliament in London. Politicians over there are considering a bill to ban wild animal circuses.
PETA aren't exactly the good guys they claim to be. The percentage of animals adopted verses euthanized at their shelters has a disparity in ratio similar to individuals with fast food cashier careers being found at country clubs. Basically your donation is paying for the mass genocide of pets people no longer wanted. But the overall attitude from most donators is as long as I look like I'm helping I don't really care. PETA could run for political office with their blind loyal cult like following and shady ethos ingrained in their organization. I'll just enjoy Krupa with her clothes off for now. I wouldn't mind donating a dollar or two if she showed me her wild animal that needed to be tamed.