Katy Perry Responds to PETAs Complaint of Animals Used in Roar Music Video

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SEP 17, 2013 – Singer Katy Perry found herself defending her use of animals in her new "Roar" music video, which features many animals such as an elephant, a crocodile, and even a tiger. PETA complained in a letter obtained by Hollywood Reporter stating, "…animals used for entertainment in film and television endure horrific cruelty and suffer from extreme confinement and violent training methods".

Katy Perry responded with a letter from the American Humane Association that stated they believed that the "Guidelines for the Safe Use of Animals in Filmed Media were followed and that no animal was harmed in the making of this music video." Read more on Hollywood Reporter.com here, and watch Katy Perry "Roar"! here.  (photo credit: Simon Wedege Peterson/CC)

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