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Sixty seconds. That’s all it takes for you to save animals. Are you ready to take the challenge?
Encourage target to stop selling glue traps that cause animals to die of starvation, dehydration or from self mutilation!
Help cows subjected to cruelty during transport and slaughter during leather production!
Tell USDA-Wildlife Services officials not to airdrop drug-laced mice on Guam in an attempt to kill snakes!
Tell businesses that sell Rougié foie gras to ditch this disgusting product.
Tell California Pizza Kitchen to require its cheese suppliers to stop dehorning cows.
Write the CEO of Sears Canada and tell him you won’t buy while animals die! Insist the department store stops selling fur!
For more than 35 years, an elephant named Mali has been confined to a barren, concrete pen at the Manila Zoo. You can help give Mali the life she deserves.
Tell Air India to reinstate its ban on shipping animals to laboratories!
Tell Steak ‘n Shake to pull its commercial featuring a chimpanzee and to pledge never to use great apes in future ads!
Tell officials to demand that Bamboo, Chai, and Watoto be retired to a sanctuary!
Sign our pledge to ditch wool and stop supporting an industry that thinks it’s OK to mutilate baby animals!
Sign our pledge to be skins free!
Tell Walmart’s CEO to require the company’s suppliers to stop using gestation crates!
Push for states to ban chaining during extreme weather conditions!
Every year in November, a bizarre and nightmarish festival known as “Toro Jubilo” is held in Soria, Spain.
PETA’s undercover investigation into one Butterball turkey plant shows just what happens to turkeys before they end up dead on a Thanksgiving dinner plate.
Dozens of animals suffered and died during production. Don’t let this happen again!
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Speak up for the hundreds of animals that are still languishing at Jambbas Ranch – a a filthy roadside zoo in North Carolina.
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