URGENT: Plans for World’s First Octopus Farm Must Be Stopped!

Please join PETA in speaking out against plans for the world’s first octopus farm. These sensitive, intelligent animals need your help.

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EGYPTAIR: Stop Shipping Monkeys to Their Deaths!

We privately urged EGYPTAIR to follow Kenya Airways’ lead by ending this practice, but so far, the airline has failed to respond to us. We need your help!

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Urge Hobby Lobby to Go Fur-Free!

Please take action now to urge Hobby Lobby to stop selling fur!

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Urge Governor Carlos Joaquín to Publish Law to Protect Animals

Quintana Roo, Mexico, is considering crucial legislation that would ban big-cat cub- and reptile-petting experiences, and we need your help to make sure this new article is approved.

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Tell the Military to End Animal Abuse in Trauma Training Drills!

Please send a polite e-mail urging the Department of Defense to end the use of animals in all military trauma training and to use superior human-simulation technology instead.

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U.S. Residents: Demand an End to Wildlife-Killing Contests on Public Land!

Please contact your U.S. representative and urge them to cosponsor and support HR 7398!

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California Dreamin’ Is a Nightmare for Monkeys Imprisoned by UC-Davis

Babies who are torn away from their mothers. Monkeys who escaped from cages and died from head trauma. This is just business as usual at the school’s California National Primate Research Center.

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University of Central Florida: End Your SeaWorld Partnership!

Student activists at the University of Central Florida (UCF) are demanding that their school end all SeaWorld ticket sales—and you can help them make a difference!

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Ban Quarter Horse Trainer Who Beat a Filly

Please check out this important information and urge the Texas Racing Commission to ban a quarter horse trainer who beat a 3-year-old filly.

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URGENT: Speak Out Against Psychotic ‘Bunny Chase’ in Paradise, Utah!

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.

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Double Trouble, Vivisection, Cat, Experiment, World Week for Animals in Labs

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Urge Sham Sanctuary to Stop Treating Tigers Like Props

Please join PETA in calling on EARS not to transport any live animals to public events.

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Help Save Monkeys: Demand That New Panel Exclude Monkey Tormentors!

Monkey tormentors and their supporters make up 60% of a federal panel determining the course of primate experimentation in this country. Demand better!

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Captive Birds Need Your Help Now! Contact the USDA Before May 25

Almost 20 years ago, Congress amended the federal Animal Welfare Act to include birds, but the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) never established standards to ensure the welfare of birds confined in U.S. facilities. As a result, birds have been suffering in unimaginable ways. They are used for unnecessary and painful research in laboratories, endure… Read more »

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Sick Monkeys Bred on Contaminated Site in Arizona—Demand That NIH Break Its Silence!

NIH has done nothing to prevent harm to monkeys or humans. Demand that it take action now!

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Urge Uplift to End Its Partnership With SeaWorld

As the world is turning away from the cruelty of cetacean captivity, please urge Uplift to follow suit and rethink its partnership with SeaWorld.

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“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