PETA is honouring the most animal-friendly films of the year.

During their fourth annual “Oscats”, the Animals in Film and Television division of the organization is celebrating the movies that promoted kindness to animals.

Instead of a statue, the winners will each receive a framed certificate.

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Pete Davidson’s “Hunt Mushrooms, Not Animals” t-shirt in “The King Off Staten Island” won the Best Costume award and the “Meat Is Murder” sticker spotted in “Sound Of Metal” won Sticking It To Meat.

Regina King took home the One To Watch award for not forcing a single animal on the set of “One Night In Miami”, David Fincher’s “Mank” won the Monkey Scene, Monkey Didn’t for using digitally rendered monkeys, elephants, and giraffes instead of real wild animals in the Oscar-nominated flick.

Meanwhile, “The Call Of The Wild” was awarded Best Bear Who Wasn’t There for the use of CGI. Similarly, “Dolittle” was praised for using CGI animals with the Tech, Not Terror award.

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Mike White and “The One And Only Ivan” won Best Adapted Screenplay for White’s anti-captivity message, while not using real wild animals during filming and “I’m Thinking Of Ending Things” nabbed the Meta Meat-Free Moment award for a character’s rant about the killing of cows to make hamburgers.

Finally, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy Vs. The Reverend” took home the Oscat for Best SeaWorld Snark for the show’s Blackfish shoutout.

Read the full list of winners at PETA.org.