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PETA has called on FX’s Better Things’s co-creator Pamela Adlon to stop bringing wild animals on set, but she refuses to use CGI or animatronics instead of real animals. The latest season forced even more wild animals into potentially stressful situations, despite the fact that wild animals used for film and TV are typically separated from their mothers, deprived of proper care, and kept in extreme confinement when not on set.

Animals are not props or punchlines for TV. PETA is calling on the series co-creator, director, and star Pamela Adlon to stop using real wild animals and stick to CGI.

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