Donald Trump Jr. has kindness for animals but not for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

When people from around the world are looking for the best and unique Halloween costume ideas, PETA also debuted the costume inspired by “the trophy-hunting photo that showed the Trump brothers grinning while clutching the body of a dead leopard.”

“In a twist on the horrific trophy-hunting photo that showed the Trump brothers grinning while clutching the body of a dead leopard – this time the leopard wins! Pre-order PETA’s NEW limited-edition @DonaldJTrumpJr #Halloween costume,” the organization tweeted.

Trump Jr. didn’t like the Halloween costume idea by the vegan organization. PETA posted a photo on its official Twitter on Thursday in which a hunter can be seen in camouflage wearing a hat that reads “Donald Trump Jr.,” being mauled by a leopard.

Hours after the PETA tweet, the president’s eldest son responded with a tweet that said few groups have “have as much animal blood on their hands.”

He also referred a 2013 Huffington Post article which reports PETA has killed 29,426 dogs, cats, rabbits, and other domestic animals in the last eleven years.

“Donald Trump Jr. Hunting Halloween” costume is availble and it is accepting pre-orders on its official website. The price of this costume is $169.

The animal rights group clarified that it was a reference to Donald Trump Jr. and his brother Eric Trump’s trophy hunting photo where the men posed with a dead leopard.

Ingrid Newkirk, PETA President, said in a statement on Thursday, “There’s nothing more frightful than an entitled ghoul who gets his kicks from gunning down wild animals.”

“This Halloween, PETA will help people poke fun at someone who believes that the world and its wildlife are here for him to take,” Newkirk said.

PETA says all profits from sales of “Donald Trump Jr. Hunting Halloween” costume, which includes “a ‘bloody’ camouflage jacket (with a name tag reading, ‘half-cocked’), will go to support its “lifesaving work for wild animals.”