Action Alerts: Animal Companions
Don’t miss what over 3 million pounds of food, seven transport vehicles, and your support for teams funded by PETA’s Global Compassion Fund did for desperate animals in Ukraine.
Urge the New York City Housing Authority to rescue the cat before they starve to death inside an air conditioning duct.
The request signifies major progress in the push to ensure that the Lake Station Police Department step aside and allow an external party to take over the case.
Please ask First Assistant District Attorney Ethan Wilt to secure whatever warrants are necessary in order to have this animal seized immediately.
Find out why workers at one testing facility left a yellow Labrador sitting in his own feces—and how you can avoid supporting the suffering of animals just like him.
Contact local officials and urge them to ensure that these animals (as part of DA case number 2023GT000532), especially the German shepherd depicted being so ferociously abused in the videos, are out of harm’s way.
Investigators visited more than 10 Vietnamese dog breeders—including some certified by the Vietnam Kennel Association. This is what they found.
Please contact the Pittsburg County District Attorney’s Office and request that the DA give additional consideration to these charges.
PETA Asia went undercover to expose what really goes on in dog-breeding facilities. If you’ve ever seen an animal for sale, you need to see what the group found.
Update: Still No Charges Filed! Urge Cass County Prosecutor to Consider Charges in Infamous Hoarding Case
Speak out on behalf of these dogs again by contacting the Cass County prosecuting attorney and requesting that charges be considered.
Politely urge Waco’s animal services director, Trey Buzbee, to intervene, with consideration given to filing charges and the prompt confiscation of the animal. E-mail Buzbee at [email protected] or call him at 254-750-1765.
Please contact officials and urge them to keep the dogs safe in custody, as is provided for by Florida Statutes Title XLVI, Chapter 828.073, and ask them to confiscate any additional animals brought into the home.
“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