The model and actress is photographed in a lettuce bikini, flirtatiously holding a pair of lettuce bunny ears over her head with the caption: "Be A Bunny's Honey. Go Vegetarian."
"Easter is the perfect time to help bunnies - and pigs, chickens, cows and other animals - simply by choosing not to eat them," Fisher says in a blog post on PETA's web site. "Vegetarian meals are healthy, humane and helpful to the environment, so they're something every bunny can enjoy."
Many groups suggest that eating less meat is better for your health, an idea supported by PETA's description of factory farming conditions:
Chickens have their sensitive beaks seared off with a hot blade, and male cattle and pigs are castrated without any painkillers. Farmed chickens, turkeys, and pigs spend their brief lives in dark and crowded warehouses, many of them so cramped that they can't even turn around or spread a single wing. They are mired in their own waste, and the stench of ammonia fills the air.
Check out PETA's new Sheridyn Fisher ad:
See more images from PETA's racy campaigns in the slideshow below. NOTE: Some of the images are NSFW: