Help Stop the World’s First Octopus Farm

Take action by urging the minister for agriculture, livestock, and fisheries of the Canary Islands to stop these plans.

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Urge American Veterinary Medical Association to Oppose Inhumane ‘Depopulation’ of Animals!

Let the AVMA know that killing animals by VSD is never acceptable and to ask that it not allow such killing methods in the future!

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Seedy Austin Aquarium Crowding Animals Into Cramped Tanks and Cages—Speak Up!

Urge the Covinos to make the switch to animal-free entertainment and relinquish the animals at the Austin Aquarium to reputable facilities.

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Urge 99 Ranch Market to Stop Selling Coconut Milk That Hurts Monkeys

The Thai coconut milk industry harms and exploits terrified monkeys for coconut products, and 99 Ranch Market is complicit. Help end this!

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Urge Atlanta Braves Owner to Part Ways With Cruel Iditarod

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.

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Quintana Roo Is Making Great Strides for Animals. Ask Its Congress to Ban Cub- and Reptile-Petting Experiences!

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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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Urge Pringles to Keep Chips Vegan!

Please take action to tell Pringles not to add milk to its vegan chips!

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PETA’s Top 10 Action Alerts for Animals This Month

Taking action via PETA’s online campaigns is one of the easiest and most effective ways to speak up for animals. Together, we can win these campaigns and get animals out of harm’s way.

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‘Banana Derby’: Stop Strapping Monkeys to Dogs and Forcing Them to Race

Please urge Hendricks to end the cruel Banana Derby and send the monkeys to reputable sanctuaries.

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Tell Shipping Company Lynden to Cut Ties With the Iditarod’s Cruelty to Dogs

Tell the Lynden family of companies to drop its sponsorship of the Iditarod, as no reputable business should support an event in which dogs routinely suffer and die.

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Victory! Notorious Primate Lab Drops Quest for San Antonio Bond Funding

Texas Biomed’s Southwest National Primate Research Center tried to grab $11 million from taxpayers to breed and harm more monkeys—but PETA supporters there said NO WAY.

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PETA to Fauci: Killing Monkeys in HIV/AIDS Experiments Must Stop

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has spent 36 years infecting and killing monkeys to develop an effective HIV vaccine. It has failed.

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Rothy’s Is Betraying Animals and the Planet—Take Action!

Please urge Rothy’s to honor its commitment to responsibility and sustainability by dropping wool.

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Urge F1’s Owner to Stop Supporting the Deadly Iditarod

Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton, and the other daring Formula One (F1) drivers race because they love it and earn fabulous sums of money—and they can retire when they wish to. Not so for the suffering, often underfed, even beaten dogs used in Alaska’s notorious Iditarod dog-sled race who get chained out in the ice and… Read more »

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