20 Horses Dead in Just Four Months—Take Action Now!

Please tell the New York State Gaming Commission to act right now to prevent more horses from dying on tracks in New York.

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Two Cougars and a Bear Are Forced to Live in Barren, Concrete-Floored Enclosures—Act Now!

Boris the bear and cougars Venus and Apollo are forced to live in dismal conditions in the barren, concrete-floored enclosures at Jungle Adventures. Urge the roadside zoo to release them to accredited sanctuaries now.

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Elephants Forced Into Dangerous Encounters With Humans—Help Now!

The operators of Two Tails Ranch and its affiliate, Tarzan Zerbini Circus, have a long history of dangerous elephant attacks involving serious injury and even death. Speak up!

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Urge Myakka Elephant Ranch to Stop Exploiting Lou, Carol, and Patty

Carol, Patty, and Lou were previously exploited in circuses. Now, they’re forced to participate in bathing, feeding, toenail painting, and photo interactions at Myakka Elephant Ranch.

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VUit Is Streaming the 2021 Iditarod Dog Death Race—Act Now!

More than a dozen sponsors have cut ties with the deadly Iditarod dogsled race, but we must keep the pressure on and urge VUit to refuse to stream the cruel spectacle.

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Two Elephants Dead Within Months of Each Other—Help Others Now!

Urge The Preserve to give the remaining elephants a true retirement at an accredited sanctuary where they could receive expert care and have the freedom to roam, forage, socialize, and play on their own terms.

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Despite Orca Deaths, These Artists Plan to Perform at SeaWorld—Take Action!

Please politely contact these artists on social media and urge them to follow the lead of other compassionate artists who have chosen not to associate with SeaWorld.

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Tell Walnut Prairie Wildside to Stop Treating Tiger and Cougar Cubs Like Toys

Please politely ask Edmonds to send the animals to reputable facilities.

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American Greetings Breaks Chimpanzees’ Hearts

For decades, American Greetings has profited from using demeaning, clownish images of chimpanzees on its greeting cards, even though they are at risk of extinction.

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PETA Discovers That Kentucky Derby Horse Was Recently Slaughtered in South Korea!

We need your help to make sure that these companies hear the message loud and clear—please sign the petition to speak up for horses like Private Vow.

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A Vet Visited SeaWorld for PETA—We Want the USDA to Investigate Her Findings

Animals with eye problems, tooth damage, rake marks, and zero enrichment are suffering in concrete tanks while SeaWorld exposes them and everyone else there to deadly disease.

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PETA Explains Problems With Reindeer Events Around Christmastime

Here’s how Rudolph and his reindeer friends live when they aren’t being paraded around during Christmas events. Read this before interacting with reindeer.

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Help Animals Who Are Going Insane at Waccatee Zoo | Take Action Now!

Waccatee Zoo’s long history of neglect and exploitation is driving the imprisoned animals there insane. Send a letter pledging never to visit this roadside hellhole.

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Urge Suburban Auto Group to Drop Archaic ‘Trunk Monkey’ Ads

Not only is the practice of using chimpanzees in commercials cruel, it’s also become taboo in the advertising industry. Yet Suburban Auto Group continues to promote its “Trunk Monkey” commercials.

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