The “Just Give Me a Reason” singer and songwriter certainly knows what she wants for Christmas!
The 44-year-old singer recently took to Instagram to share an adorable picture with her 10.4 million followers where she can be holding a baby goat. In the Instagram post, which has now accumulated about 63,744 likes, Pink can be seen donning a big smile while cradling the animal on her lap as she takes a break from a photoshoot. The caption reads, “I know what I want for Christmas 🎄 slash Chanukah 🕎” She also added the hashtag #babygoatsplease.
Some of her followers also left comments, with one stating, “Goats are the cutest. My mom and sister breed and raise goats, so we get to see goats all the time! ❤️ 🐐” One follower left a comment stating, “I adore my baby goats, but I also adore my wee little Shetland sheep. I highly suggest you cuddle one, it’s addictive ❤️” Another one commented, “Yessssssss 🙌 I’ve raised kid goats and they are the best 🐐 🐐” Take a look at the official post below:
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If you have been keeping up with Pink’s career, then you’ll know that she has a long history of being known as an animal rights activist.
In 2021, she and her family — husband Carey Hart, daughter Willow Sage, 12, and son Jameson Moon, 6 — adopted a rescue dog, adorably named Habañero Mountain Guy Kadashi. The singer introduced the pup to her fans by tagging the Los Angeles-based rescue where she adopted him — The Labelle Foundation — and including the hashtag #AdoptDontShop to encourage people to consider rescuing versus purchasing a pet.
The post reads, “Thank you to the @labellefdn for helping us rescue our newest family member, Habañero Mountain Guy Kadashi Hart. We love the work that you do #AdoptDontShop”
— P!nk (@Pink) March 29, 2021
In addition to this, back in 2003, Pink made headlines when she declined an invitation to perform at Prince William’s 21st birthday bash on account of the Royal Family’s controversial stance on animal hunting. She is a prominent campaigner for PETA, contributing her voice to causes such as protests against KFC. In conjunction with PETA, she criticized the Australian wool industry for its use of mulesing. In 2007, she said PETA had misled her about mulesing and that she had not done enough research before lending her name to the campaign.
Her campaigning led to a headlining concert called PAW (Party for Animals Worldwide) in Cardiff, Wales. She has been officially recognized as an advocate for RSPCA Australia.
The singer also joined Ricky Gervais for PETA’s “Stolen for Fashion” advertisement, which opposes wearing fur and animal skin. In 2014, Pink stated she opposes carriage riding in New York City. The singer asked Queen Elizabeth II why the bear fur on the Guards’ caps hadn’t been replaced with a synthetic, cruelty-free material in 2013. In 2015, she posed nude for PETA’s “I’d Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur” campaign. The singer opposed SeaWorld for “locking up” marine animals in sanctuaries where all they are able to do is “swim in endless circles” in 2018.