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Last night, PETA’s all-virtual 40th Anniversary and Holiday Party celebrated the group’s four decades of victories for animals and honored the celebrities who have helped make them happen. The event included special appearances by Sir Paul McCartney, Mariah Carey, Jermaine Dupri, and others—and its honorees included two sports icons:
Super Bowl–winning Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes presented his pal and teammate Tyrann Mathieu with a PETA Humanitarian Award in honor of his efforts to save dogs from dying of heatstroke inside parked cars in the summer and freezing in backyards in the winter.
“Being in the NFL has given me some amazing opportunities, but the most important one is using my platform for positive change. I have a teammate who is doing just that. I am so proud of the videos he’s done for PETA, working to get animals out there treated with respect. He is not only an asset to our team but to animals who need protection,” said Mahomes in his presentation.
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