Action Alerts: Wildlife
Urge management at Desert Falls Country Club to forgo killing and employ tried-and-true humane tactics instead.
Tell FWS that you support the proposed rule as a critical step forward for elephant conservation!
Please politely e-mail the hospital’s facilities director and request that any glue traps be ditched immediately.
Please take a moment to e-mail the board and urge it to scrap the plan to trap foxes.
Respond to the “2023–2024 Wildlife Regulations Public Scoping Period” survey and urge the Commonwealth to implement regulations to ban wildlife-killing contests. Responses are due by December 2.
Please contact The Home Depot and demand that it stop profiting off the cruel killing of animals.
New Jersey’s bears urgently need your help. Thank Murphy for having staunchly advocated for bears, and politely urge him not to turn his back on these regal wild animals now.
Please politely urge the mayor of Lincolnwood and board of trustees members to enforce ordinance 11-3-18 by prohibiting the keeping of all “naturally wild animals” and to prohibit the sale of cats, dogs, and rabbits from breeders—because it’s the right thing to do.
Please use this form to urge your U.S. representative to protect whales by cosponsoring the SWIMS Act.
Please politely urge the bank and the county’s chamber of commerce, which appears to be advertising the “race,” to do the right thing by scrapping this cruel event.
PETA has received an urgent report that a Walmart Distribution Center in Apple Valley, California, uses glue traps. Heartbreaking photos from the facility depict one mouse who had died while trapped, surely after struggling for her life in terror and desperation. Victims of these sadistic contraptions suffer immensely, succumbing to shock, dehydration, asphyxiation, or blood… Read more »
“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