If you were on Calgary’s Stephen Avenue around lunchtime on Wednesday, you might have gotten an eyeful.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, PETA, had a graphic protest involving a woman representing a coyote struggling to get out of a trap, complete with fake blood.
“The body-painted volunteer is struggling in the trap with fake blood, to represent the pain and also the terror that these animals go through,” campaigner Emily Lavender told CBC News.
“Some are mothers who will attempt to chew off their own limbs in order to free themselves and get back to their young. There is just no excuse
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