PETA Rapid-Action Pages Make It Easy to Help Animals Online

Every year, tens of millions of people just like you come together to target abusers and help animals who are exploited by humans. Here’s how.

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Urge Myrtle Beach Stores to Ditch Hermit Crab Sales

Please join PETA in urging Eagles Beachwear and Shell World to do the right thing and stop selling live animals at its store.

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How to Help Animals This Summer

Animals exploited by humans don’t get summer vacations. Here are five easy ways to help them!

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Urge Las Vegas Senior Residence to End Pigeon Trapping!

Please take a moment to send a quick note to the community manager of Lake Tonopah Senior Apartments and its management company, UV Residential, LLC, and politely urge them to halt the trapping and commit to using humane deterrents.

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PETA Rapid-Action: Quick, Easy Ways to Help Insects Now

You wouldn’t hurt a fly, but will you take a minute to help one? If you care about protecting all animals, great and small, take action now to help bugs.

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Florida Homeowners Urged to Kill Iguanas ‘Whenever Possible’—Take Action Now to Help Stop the War on Them!

The FWC needs to use all the tools available to it now to control the population of iguanas before resorting to lethal measures in an ill-fated attempt to restrict the number of these animals, who are just trying to survive and who don’t appear to be having any significant impact on the native flora or fauna.

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Speak Up for Badgers Violently Killed for Their Hair

Please urge Blick Art Materials to drop badger-hair brushes immediately in favor of cruelty-free vegan options.

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Want to Help Rats and Mice? Check Out These PETA Action Alerts

If you’re looking for quick and easy ways to help countless mice and rats suffering in experiments and the pet trade, this is the page for you.

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Ask Dollar Tree Canada and Family Dollar to Stop Selling Glue Traps!

Please urge Dollar Tree Canada and Family Dollar to follow through with their parent company’s commitment not to sell these horribly vile torture devices.

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Urge South Carolina Homeowners Association to Nix Beaver Massacre!

Urge Waccamaw Management and The Park at Long Bay Homeowners Association officials to scrap reported effort to kill these wild animals, who are simply trying to make their way.

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Join PETA’s Effort to End Deadly Balloon Releases

Animals can mistake balloon fragments for food, causing them to choke and suffocate. Help animals by taking action to end outdoor balloon releases.

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Update: 11 Koi Rescued From Abandoned Pond in Cumming!

With the help of Home Partners of America, which permitted access to a vacant rental property in Cumming, 11 neglected koi were removed from a dangerous situation.

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URGENT: U.S. Forest Service Mulls Over Prairie Dog Slaughter!

Please take a moment to fill out the USFS comment form and urge the agency to leave the prairie dogs alone!

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Urge Kent State University to Halt Irresponsible Balloon Releases

Please urge Kent State officials to ditch balloon releases—then, forward this alert to everyone you know.

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Update: Catalent Pharma Solutions Scraps Glue Traps!

Please politely urge the following decisionmakers at Catalent to destroy and throw away the traps. Then, forward this alert to everyone you know.

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