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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.
Please send a polite message to the NYSGC urging it to protect horses by enacting a ban on whipping.
Please urge Commerford to release Minnie to an accredited sanctuary!
Please urge Debbie Cobb, Suncoast’s owner, to send these primates to real, accredited sanctuaries, where they can finally get the care that they desperately need.
Dillan suffered for years from painful and life-threatening dental disease and spent his days rocking back and forth in a small, concrete-floored cage.
Please take action NOW and ask Movistar+ to respect the majority of people in Spain and Latin America, who are against bullfighting and do not support broadcasting bullfights.
Lolita has been suffering in the smallest orca tank in the world for nearly a half-century at the Miami Seaquarium in Florida. Ask the Miami-Dade state attorney to help her!
Gucci has repeatedly demonstrated human-supremacist values (aka “speciesism”) by using animals in its ads. Tell Gucci to stop using animals as props.
Please sign the petition urging SeaQuest’s owner and CEO, Vince Covino, to stop exploiting animals and to transfer them to reputable facilities.
You won’t believe how many wild animals Pamela Adlon has forced to appear on her show “Better Things.” Take action now and urge her to keep wild animals off her series for good.
We need your help to urge it to use this time to rethink its business model and stop exploiting animals for profit.
Speak up for orcas from your bathtub.
The Monterey Zoo in Salinas, California, is hiding something cruel and dangerous, and we need your help.
Send a polite note to American Greetings urging the company to follow the new standard by retiring images of chimpanzees and other endangered great apes used on its cards.
“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