How Many Animals Can You Save in 60 Seconds?

Want to help animals but are short on time? If you answered yes, this is the page for you. We’ve worked hard to make it easy for you to help animals: All you need to do is text a keyword to 73822 for each action below, and voilà—you’ll send an e-mail to a company’s decisionmaker. Check out the issues that you can take action on:

  1. Iditarod
    Even though many major companies—including Chrysler, Alaska Airlines, Coca-Cola, Jack Daniel’s, State FarmGuggenheim Partners, and Wells Fargo—have cut ties with the Iditarod, Millennium Hotels and Resorts continues to sponsor this cruel race, and it needs to hear from you.
  2. Canada Goose
    Canada Goose jackets are products of cruelty, and it’s not just coyotes who suffer and are killed for them. The company also uses down feathers from ducks and geese whose throats are cut and whose bodies are dumped into scalding-hot water. There’s no need for any of this to occur when so many fashionable, functional fur and down alternatives exist. Urge the company to stop selling fur and down now.
  3. Mattel
    For a long time, Barbie has been a fur-free animal advocate, but Mattel is now selling a dog breeder doll. More than 6 million dogs and cats enter U.S. animal shelters every year, so to encourage breeding dogs when so many homeless animals are in need of loving homes is irresponsible and unacceptable. Tell Mattel to discontinue its Barbie Newborn Pups Doll immediately.
  4. Duke University
    Experimenters at Duke University kept macaques thirsty—likely for days—and then forced them to use computer touch screens to select brand logos, such as those of Pizza Hut and Nike, based on their pairings with pictures of a dominant male monkey, a subordinate male, or the hindquarters of a sexually receptive female. Urge the president of Duke University to investigate the school’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee’s misguided approval of this cruel and foolish experiment immediately.
  5. Garden Bros.
    Elephants were electrocuted, bloody, and left in a truck for days. Alligators were starved and used as photo props. A camel was beaten for up to 15 minutes while howling so loudly from the blows that his cries could be heard on stage. According to a whistleblower, this is life for animals used by Garden Bros. Circus. Tell it to follow the lead of modern, cruelty-free circuses by eliminating its animal acts and highlighting its human talent instead.

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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