Are You Current on PETA Events?

Published by PETA.

This summer, I plan to exercise, read, and socialize, so I intend to focus my Web surfing and not get so lost in cyberspace. Enter PETA’s new Internet Explorer add-ons.


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By placing them in your Internet Explorer favorites bar, you can stay current on streaming PETA News and PETA Files updates—no Googling required. Instead, you’ll go straight to the streaming source: The PETA News widget will keep you in the know on PETA’s groundbreaking work for animals, and the PETA Files add-on can boost your chances of being the first person to “awww” us with your “Win It” Wednesday entries. The add-ons are free and easy to install, so what are you waiting for? Go get ’em.

Written by Karin Bennett

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