Action Alerts: Animals in Entertainment
Please ask Franzen to stop forcing animals to perform and to send them to reputable sanctuaries instead.
Please urge New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson to lead the council to ban horse-drawn carriages without delay.
A group of 5-year-olds watched in horror as an alligator lunged and clamped down on a trainer’s hand.
Call on the International Olympic Committee to remove all equestrian events immediately. Leave the Olympics to the willing participants.
This hell has to end. Please politely ask Burck to do what’s right and move these tigers to accredited sanctuaries now.
Dolphins and whales living in cramped concrete tanks need your help! Will you take action?
Please politely urge Wild Woods to do the right thing by transferring the animals to reputable facilities.
Please urge Animal Haven to send these animals to real, accredited sanctuaries, where they can finally get the care that they desperately need.
There’s an ugly history behind the incongruously named Houston Interactive Aquarium & Animal Preserve—and it’s nothing less than criminal. Take action now!
Please tell the New York State Gaming Commission to act right now to prevent more horses from dying on tracks in New York.
Please urge Hollywild to stop this cruelty!
Boris the bear and cougars Venus and Apollo are forced to live in dismal conditions in the barren, concrete-floored enclosures at Jungle Adventures. Urge the roadside zoo to release them to accredited sanctuaries now.
The operators of Two Tails Ranch and its affiliate, Tarzan Zerbini Circus, have a long history of dangerous elephant attacks involving serious injury and even death. Speak up!
Carol, Patty, and Lou were previously exploited in circuses. Now, they’re forced to participate in bathing, feeding, toenail painting, and photo interactions at Myakka Elephant Ranch.
“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