Kim Cattrall's Coats Keep out Cold

December 24, 2007 | By Matt Van Hoven | Category: Entertainment | 830 comments
Tags: celebrity, entertainment

NEW YORK – Actress Kim Cattrall has announced that in support of PETA's efforts to end the use of animals for furs, she will donate four coats she wore in the upcoming “Sex in the City” movie.

During the scene in which the furs are used, a 'PETA-like' protester throws red paint at Cattrall's character, Samantha Jones.

PETA says it will clean the paint-soaked garbs, add a patch with the PETA logo on it, and donate them to the homeless.

A PETA rep said, “the only people who can be excused for wearing fur are the homeless, to keep warm during the winter.”

The rep said the patch is added to reduce the value of the garments, of which they receive about 15,000 per year as donations.

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Heather B.
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Heather B.
5 years ago

Good for you Kim...nice gesture!

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Anthony G.
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Anthony G.
5 years ago

Seems to me that it is contradictory. I can understand wanting to help the homeless. I really can, but I think recycling something you are against endorses it in a way.

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