Though Ozzy Osbourne is notorious for biting off the head of a bat almost 40 years ago, the singer is turning over a new leaf and teaming up with PETA to promote kindness toward animals.
In a new campaign for the animal rights organization, the rocker shows the bloody stumps of his fingers to decry declawing cats. When cats are declawed, not only are the claws getting amputated, but also part of the toes and as a result, it can cause nerve damage, infection and pain. According to vets, the experience is like cutting off the end of human fingers, which is what Ozzy is showing in the ad.
Declawed cats have to relearn how to walk because of the impaired balance, and are more likely to bite as a means of self-protection since they've lost their first defense mechanism.