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Shout Out to PETA India!

Written by PETA | January 6, 2009

The always incredible PETA India wrapped up 2008 spreading the message of compassion for animals across the country. Check out some photos of their attention-grabbing demos below:

In Mumbai, two activists posed as horses injured by vehicle accidents to show how dangerous the streets can be for these sensitive animals. This demo encouraged Mumbaikars (Mumbai citizens) to say “neigh” to horse-drawn carriages.



Horses aren’t the only animals suffering on the streets of Mumbai. Bullocks are forced to pull heavy oil carts and are denied basic necessities. Activists rode through the streets calling for a ban on these cruel carts.




On the other side of the country, in one of Ranchi’s biggest schools, five children died and more than 60 became severely ill after being given tainted milk. PETA India immediately rushed to the school and distributed soy milk to more than 200 students.



PETA India also just released this gorgeous new ad asking kite flyers to stop coating their kite string (manja) in glass. While glass-coated manja may be effective in cutting an opponent’s kite string, it’s deadly for thousands of birds.


Jiah Khan

Way to go PETA India! Oh, and if you want to congratulate them for all their hard work in 2008, keep in mind their birthday is coming up (PETA India turns 9 on January 14!), and they really love cupcakes.

Written by Liz Graffeo

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  • AWWang says:

    Wow a mass campaign for PETA India way2go D!

  • Me says:

    Woah we need people like these in dallas tx!

  • Deepti says:

    I hope this is the start of more awareness in India. I was there for a month and there is a lot of work that needs to be done. I am suprise how India almost a vegetarian country can be cruel to other animals… especially stray dogs animal transportation dancing monkeys and oh gudness when they killed the peacock to compliment d alcohol they are drinking… But i love India mcdonalds..hope we have veggie burger at our local mcdonalds!

  • Alexandra says:

    wow… i am a huge fan of peta and peta india and i am constantly spreading the word of animal rights and am so happy that you do too thanks!

  • Susan says:

    What amazing work! Bless you all and thank you.

  • SASHA says:

    It’s great to see how much they care about animals. I love the pictures!

  • Aneliese says:

    PETA India rocks! Amazing ad it’s so beautiful.