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Despite having heard from PETA and local animal advocates, the town of Paradise, Utah, along with the local Lions Club apparently organized and held an extremely cruel “bunny chase” at its annual Easter event on Saturday, April 16.
Please contact the commissioners and politely urge them to oppose Brown’s early release.
Please take a moment to send a polite e-mail to Atlanta and Fulton County, Georgia, officials.
An eyewitness discovered animals struggling to breathe, paralyzed, and left for dead at a Petland supplier. Take action and tell Petland to stop selling animals!
Video: Cold, frantic dogs pace and run around in circles, confined to barren outdoor pens 24/7, and the breeder disfigures their puppies. Help stop this!
Where is the love? The Atlanta Braves aren’t showing much love to “man’s best friend,” as the owner of the team continues to fuel the deadly Iditarod dog-sled race.
Please politely ask F1’s owner to stop supporting the cruel Iditarod.
Please take action now to help spare kind and gentle greyhounds.
Join PETA in urging the owner of Murdochs, James Little, to do the right thing by not selling live animals at his store. Then share this alert with everyone you know!
Please tell Korean Air and EVA Air that the betta fish trade is causing suffering on a massive scale and that they must stop supporting this cruel industry.
Please join PETA in urging Green River officials to remove the shelter’s outdated gas chamber.
Please join PETA in contacting the owners of Bargain Beachwear, Sam and Joshua Laniado, and asking them to do the right thing by not selling live animals at their stores.
Petco sells birds, reptiles, fish, and other small animals as if they were inanimate objects like leashes or toys. It’s inhumane, and it must end.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind