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PETA asks people to go vegan this Thanksgiving with unique demonstration

A member of PETA protested in downtown Charleston, W.Va., wearing little clothing and lying beside two giant, fake turkey carcasses on top of a cutting board. (WCHS/WVAH)

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) - One group is asking people to give turkeys a break this Thanksgiving.

A member of PETA protested in downtown Charleston, wearing little clothing and lying beside two giant, fake turkey carcasses on top of a cutting board.

The sign on the board said, ā€œGo Vegan This Thanksgiving.ā€

"PETA is asking people to view turkeys as individuals and not as holiday centerpieces; turkeys are individuals with thoughts and feelings and they form friendships and families when given the chance,ā€ PETA member Katerina Davidovichn said.

PETA, the largest animal rights organization in the world, held similar demonstrations across the country.

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