Action Alerts: Animals in Entertainment
Urge the Covinos to make the switch to animal-free entertainment and relinquish the animals at the Austin Aquarium to reputable facilities.
Where is the love? The Atlanta Braves aren’t showing much love to “man’s best friend,” as the owner of the team continues to fuel the deadly Iditarod dog-sled race.
Quintana Roo Is Making Great Strides for Animals. Ask Its Congress to Ban Cub- and Reptile-Petting Experiences!
Quintana Roo, Mexico, is considering crucial legislation that would ban big-cat cub- and reptile-petting experiences, and we need your help to make sure this new article is approved.
Please urge Hendricks to end the cruel Banana Derby and send the monkeys to reputable sanctuaries.
Tell the Lynden family of companies to drop its sponsorship of the Iditarod, as no reputable business should support an event in which dogs routinely suffer and die.
Please take action now to help spare kind and gentle greyhounds.
If you live in New York state, please take action!
Please urge Myrtle Beach Safari to end its cruel public encounters and send the animals to reputable facilities where they could live in peace and get the care that they deserve.
Families are torn apart for exploitative photo ops at this roadside zoo.
Please urge Build-A-Bear to rethink its partnership with SeaWorld and stop endorsing this cruelty.
The calls to release Lolita to a seaside sanctuary are stronger now than ever, as the Miami Seaquarium’s failure to provide animals with the bare minimum necessary for their well-being for decades has come to light.
Please politely ask Liberty Broadband to drop GCI’s Iditarod sponsorship.
Speak up today and urge Spring River Zoo to close its concrete pits and cramped cages and allow the animals to be transferred 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