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Speak up for animals with your own “Animals Don’t Smoke” shirt!
Protest with friends, PETA staffers, or whomever! Send us a pic for points.
Create your own McCruelty sign and then share it on Facebook or Twitter!
Unfortunately, all too often, dogs are left to spend their entire lives in solitary confinement, trapped at the end of a chain.
Stop the seal slaughter!
Love designing T-shirts? This is the perfect mission for you!
Anal electrocution is just one of the many brutal ways animals on fur farms are killed for nothing more than fashion.
Guillotines, hot irons, bone saws, sharp wires, electric dehorners … what do all these things have in common? They are all used in the production of milk products!
This July 4, remind your friends and family that everyone deserves to be free. Share “Free Me” on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr and then submit your screenshot for points by clicking “get points” above!
Bullying doesn’t just happen in hallways and locker rooms. It also happens every day in a kitchen near you.
Tell us about yourself! You can even upload a photo.
Turkeys need your help now to ensure that Circle S finally adopts a humane and effective accident response plan.
Exhausted and terrified, mice in glue traps die from shock, dehydration, asphyxiation, or blood loss. Tell 99 Cents Only to stop selling glue traps!
Groupon is supporting Ringling’s abuse of elephants! Speak up now.
Has Lady Gaga turned her back on animals? She claimed to be anti-fur but now wears dead animals, ask her to come clean on her fur stance.
Each year, the Canadian military participates in a cruel “live agent training” drill in which live pigs are exposed to toxic chemical weapons.
Show a lil’ love for peta2 by asking your friends to give us a “like.”
Tell PetSmart that cruelty isn’t a “Happy Experience” by posting on the company’s Facebook wall!
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