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In Wake of Dogs’ Deaths, PETA Offers Fire Alert Stickers to Area Residents

Written by PETA | March 21, 2013

Update: After a dog died in a Detroit house fire on Wednesday, PETA is extending our offer of free emergency stickers to 1,000 Detroit-area residents. 

The following was originally posted on February 12, 2013:

Following the deaths of two dogs in a recent fire in Cleveland, PETA is offering free “Please Save Our Animals” stickers to the first 1,000 Cleveland-area residents who request them via e-mail during February.


The heartbreaking loss of cherished animal companions should serve as a reminder of the importance of emergency planning that includes all your family members. Firefighters and disaster-relief workers frequently perform heroic rescues of animals, but it’s vital to let them know to look for your dogs, cats, or other animals who might be missed amid smoke or wreckage.

If you share your home with animals, placing PETA’s bright-yellow emergency window stickers near your front and back doors and on side windows can mean the difference between life and death for them in case a weather emergency or fire strikes when you aren’t home. For those outside the Cleveland area, stickers may be ordered from the PETA Catalog—or you can easily create your own sign on your computer and get it laminated at a copy or shipping store.

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  • Bob Rogers says:

    this is a nice idea but i’m not sure if it’s a good idea to be asking firemen to rush into burning buildings to save animals when they have other people to tend to?

  • Lisa says:

    What a great idea wasnt sure if you could order out of USA but been on the PETA Catalog and you can im ordering 3, 2 for front of house and one for back, makes you think if there was a fire and you were unable to tell the fire service there’s animals in your home then god knows what would happen to them i have 13 rescued cats one whom is blind and i know if something ever happened like that they would run and hide. Thankyou PETA brilliant idea.

  • Icequeen81 says:

    I don’t live in Cleveland or in the USA but I would love to have one and also one for my car to make people aware there are animals on the road

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