เหล่าดาราที่เคยร่วมแคมเปญต่อต้านการทารุณสัตว์ : Stars for animals: Celebrities in PETA campaigns
Hollywood actress Penélope Cruz is the latest star to appear on a billboard as part of PETA's on-going anti-fur campaign.
The 37-year-old actress condemns the use of animal fur for clothing in a billboard ad that went up on Wednesday in New York's garment district near Penn Station.
The unveiling comes just ahead of New York Fashion Week, which begins on 9 Feb.
Similar campaigns will also be staged during Fashion Week in London and Milan.
The Oscar winner is shown with her head turned as she looks over her bare shoulder, next to the slogan "Give fur the cold shoulder".
We take a look at other female celebrities who have used their bodies and faces in some of Peta's most memorable campaigns.
Anna Nicole Smith
The late glamour model dressed up as Marylin Monroe in her Peta campaign.
The pop star's 2002 campaign features the strapline 'Here's the rest of your fur coat' as she is holding up a fox carcass. The campaign was shot by Mary McCartney, daughter of Sir Paul and sister to the fashion designer Stella.
Angela posed for Peta in order to promote a vegetarian lifestyle, in a campaign that stated: 'Eating meat is a sin.' For this Adam and Eve inspired photo shoot, Angela stripped down for a cause that is both important and close to her heart.
The ex-Pussycat Doll showed the ugly side of cosmetics for Peta urging the European Union to stick to the planned 2013 deadline to ban all animal-tested cosmetics.
Ke$ha teamed up with Peta to speak out against the annual clubbing of baby seals in eastern Canada
Sex supermodel Joanna Krupa has not only starred in Peta's campaigns again fur but also this advert for adopting animals, not buying them.
Possibly the most famous Peta campaign. Over a decade ago Naomi Campbell posed naked alongside her fellow supers for a Peta anti-fur advert. Ironically Naomi went back on her ethics when in 2009 she was signed up as the face of Dennis Basso, a fur-coat manufacturer.
The 31-year-old took part in the campaign to protest at how snakes, lizards,alligators and other exotic animals are skinned alive. The campaign was revealed a week before last year's S/S 12 London Fashion Week
In 2008, the singer appeared in an ad promoting the view that even a 'little fur trim' comes from an industry that harms animals.