PETA, with its spoiled-12-year-old-meets-mid-90's-Marilyn-Manson need for cheap attention, has resorted to the oldest trick in the book: offending the Church. Oh, and while they're at it, they managed to objectify women! Two birds!
Perhaps you've seen the latest campaign, which features Dancing with the Stars contestant and Playboy model Joanna Krupa in angel wings that look like a palmier, and the words, "Be an angel for animals. Always adopt. Never buy." Obviously, she's also naked and holding a strategically-placed crucifix in front of her ladybits. For the animals, you see. In the other version, she's naturally holding a rosary.
The Catholic League, with its endless supply of free time, objects to the use of imagery - the nudity, one assumes, they're okay with. Krupa is shocked! Seemingly misunderstanding the objection and also making things much worse, the self-described "practicing Catholic" states, "It's understandable that the Catholic League is wary of another sex scandal, but the sex we're talking about pertains to dogs and cats." And, oh yeah, this was a statement, that she presumably read over first.