"It's a pity that some groups feel the need to assault people as opposed to fighting with words. I don't wear fur, but I don't think I have the right to attack those who do," the New York Daily News quoted the disc-spinner as writing on her blog. "The girl who threw it acted like an animal herself. I take that back, it's an insult to animals to group her in with them, my dog is far more civilized than that person," the disc-spinner added.
People for the Ethical Treatment Animals denied its involvement, but added that they appreciated the thought behind the Lindsay incident. PETA spokesman Michael McGraw said: "We have been in touch with her about this, sent her videos about how animals are skinned alive for their pelts. But she continues to wear fur, and that is upsetting a lot of animal lovers all over. Maybe a little flour dumped over her head will get her attention."