PETA Takes A Dig At Animal Crossing: New Horizons With ‘Vegan Guide’ To The Game | Nintendo Life

And they really don’t like Blathers.

When you start your island life in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you’re immediately tasked with gathering resources by picking fruit from trees, fishing, bug catching, and more. These activities help your island to grow thanks to Tom Nook’s Nook Miles scheme, but should players be a little more concerned about their actions?

PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has issued a ‘Vegan Guide to Animal Crossing‘, listing all of the things you can and can’t do to keep up with a vegan lifestyle. It kicks things off by saying that you shouldn’t fish, describing it as “cruel” and “bad for the environment”; you shouldn’t catch bugs; you shouldn’t work towards the Museum, because “bugs don’t belong in tiny cases in a museum for other villagers to gawk at”; and that you shouldn’t dig up clams.

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