Category: Glue Traps
By keeping vile glue traps off store shelves, Target is proving that it has a big heart for small animals.
Glue traps are indiscriminate killers! A baby fox nearly died after becoming stuck to one, and now, people around the world are calling for a ban on them.
Hundreds of retailers and institutions, including 100 airports nationwide, have banned these sticky killers. But we’re not done with glue traps yet.
“It takes a real garbage person to do this to an animal.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.
Do you know what to do if you find an animal stuck in a glue trap? Your actions could mean the difference between an animal’s life and death.
I want to be this kid when I grow up.
Get ready to have your day made.
PETA is asking fellow shareholders to vote to ban the sale of the cruel and dangerous devices.
People who don’t want animals to suffer don’t want glue traps to be used in airports.
The exhausted animals were trapped face to face, and at times, it looked as though they might be trying to comfort one another.
PETA has been working with companies for years to get glue traps off store shelves. A new viral image is helping persuade people never to use them.
After an employee saw firsthand how animals suffer, the company decided to prohibit the use of glue traps in its more than 2,200 stores nationwide.
PETA commends these airports for protecting animals and their passengers.
Raise your barbells to Millennium Partners Sports Club Management, LLC, which is banning glue traps from all its locations nationwide. After talks with PETA, Millennium learned how glue traps cause their victims a slow, agonizing death. Because the animals get stuck but aren’t killed, they struggle to free themselves, often ripping off fur, skin, or feathers in… Read more »
It’s probably not too often that a first-date conversation turns to a discussion on various types of mousetraps, but that’s exactly what happened to me. When I met my boyfriend, he was in hot pursuit of a mouse who was taste-testing her way through his cabinets. He said he was trying to catch her in… 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