Patrick Mahomes’ Wife, Brittany, Condemned By PETA For Vacation Photo

Patrick Mahomes' Wife, Brittany, Condemned By PETA For Vacation Photo

PETA tends to get mad about just about anything these days. Even Brittany Mahomes, the wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, post photos from her recent vacation without hearing from the animal rights nonprofit organization.



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Brittany, 27, is being criticized by PETA for taking a photo holding a dolphin on a recent vacation.

“We know you love companion animals,” PETA wrote in a statement, “but we hope to see you extend your compassion to marine life too.”PETA added, “These types of interactions are dangerous for them AND us.”

In the since-deleted photo, Brittany had some fun with her caption and was clearly excited that she got the opportunity to hold a dolphin.



“Ever snuggled a 400lbs dolphin?” she said.

You can find her since-deleted photos below. Fans are quick to take Brittany Matthews’ side in this one. PETA tends to get on everyone’s case about how we interact with animals.



“PETA going after a celebrity spouse isn’t about the animal’s welfare, it’s about publicity and trying to remain relevant. If they truly care about dolphins, their energy is better spent with the company that runs the experience or working to change the laws that allow it,” one Twitter user wrote.



Enjoy those vacation photos, Brittany. It looked like a fun experience.

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