Adopt a Dog, a Cat, a Rabbit, or Another Companion From PETA
If you’re searching for a new best friend, look no further than this list of animals who are ready for a loving, permanent home—thanks to PETA.
Breed: Magnificent mastiff mutt. Height: Picture a pony. Profession: WFH snuggler. Kids: Could take them or leave them. Looking for: A relationship. E-mail [email protected] to take things offline.
Figgy: Bright-eyed orange tabby, 3 months old, likes treats, crinkle balls, and other cats. You: Ready to fling open the doors to your loving home. Inquiries: E-mail [email protected].
This leading lady has the “write” idea: Cats belong indoors as members of the family! Will you be the one to help Paige start her next chapter?
A certain beloved five-time GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter better watch out—there’s a new “Queen of Christmas” in town, and all she wants for Christmas is you.
Can’t decide whether to adopt a rambunctious kitten or a “retired and loving it” senior cat? Get the best of both worlds with Elmer!
Karate used to worry he’d never be fed again—but since PETA stepped in, this dog’s only challenge is finding a family willing to share their vegan sushi.
Thanks to PETA, this critically ill kitten made a miraculous recovery. Now she’s looking to spend her remaining eight lives in a loving home.
PETA brought this formerly tethered chow chow in from the rain. Will you bring her into your family?
Sweet Slurpee escaped a hoarding hell—now this adoptable kitten is looking to join your cat crew!
A painful medical condition left its mark on Helen’s eye. But this adoptable cat made a full recovery and is still beautiful—inside and out!
Chained and isolated in a backyard, Midnight’s former life was bleak and lonely. But thanks to PETA, the future shines like the stars for this adoptable pup.
This abandoned cat watched his whole world go up in flames, but his cheerful outlook remains unscathed. Can you give him the love and safety he needs?
Kumar was suffering from a severe respiratory infection—not to mention a shocking lack of late-night munchie options—when PETA swooped in to help. Now all he needs is a new home!
Left outside with no shelter and a raging skin infection, Wally had shut down completely. But today the only thing contagious is this adoptable pup’s newfound optimism!
Thanks to PETA, Milo’s story is spinning from tragedy to comedy. Can you give this fun-loving kitten the care and respect he deserves—and a place to work on his stand-up act?
“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