Please take a moment to e-mail the board and urge it to scrap the plan to trap foxes.
Animals deserve to have someone fight for their best interests. Please urge the AVMA to fire Johnson immediately and replace her with a director who has no ties to the meat industry.
Respond to the “2023–2024 Wildlife Regulations Public Scoping Period” survey and urge the Commonwealth to implement regulations to ban wildlife-killing contests. Responses are due by December 2.
Please contact The Home Depot and demand that it stop profiting off the cruel killing of animals.
New Jersey’s bears urgently need your help. Thank Murphy for having staunchly advocated for bears, and politely urge him not to turn his back on these regal wild animals now.
Your voice is urgently needed. Please send a polite e-mail to the manager of Christopher Heights of Webster urging the facility to ditch glue traps immediately—then share this alert widely.
Ask Gov. Kathy Hochul to end horse racing corporate welfare now!
Tell this organization that 10 out of 10 dentists should NOT support SeaWorld, given the rampant dental trauma sustained by sea mammals there.
Elephants, tigers, bears, and other animals are forced to perform under the constant threat of physical violence and psychological abuse. Tell Shriners to stop using animals in their circuses.
Monkeys have died from strangulation, starvation, dehydration, veterinary error, and choking on their own vomit.
More than 2,600 sensitive mice, rats, and pigs were used in gruesome tests funded by agricultural commodity research and promotion boards between 2015 and 2019.
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.
Please urge Lagoon Amusement Park to end its Wild Kingdom train ride and transfer the animals to reputable facilities.
“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