What Gives These Two Horror Stars Nightmares? Hint: It’s Not a Scary Movie!

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Superstar siblings Madeleine and Violet McGraw love a good scary movie, and when faced with this horror for cats and dogs in real life, they know just what to do.

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You Can Now Rescue Animals on Roblox?! Learn How

For a limited time only, millions of people will have the chance to enjoy an animal-friendly experience on one of the most popular online gaming platforms. Learn how your kids can join!

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10 Reasons Not to Buy a Bunny for Easter—or Ever

Bunnies aren’t Easter decorations—they’re sensitive individuals who are surprisingly high maintenance, and you’ll be shocked by how terribly they’re treated in the pet trade.

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Looking for Vegan Sports Gear for Kids? Here’s How to Knock It Out of the Park

If finding vegan sports gear is your goal, take a page from PETA Kids’ playbook and help your child become an MVP for animals.

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Parents: Don’t Miss This Free Animal-Friendly Kids’ Magazine

From puzzles and stickers to vegan tips, this free magazine has everything your kids need to be superheroes for animals.

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PETA Presents are a great way to share your love and help animals. Send a personalized e-card to celebrate moms you love or any other special person in your life!

Boost Your Child’s Compassion With These Animal-Friendly Reads for Kids

If you’re looking for new stories to fire your child’s imagination, PETA Kids’ favorite books are full of colorful and engaging tales of empathy for animals.

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5 Vegan Meals to Keep Your Family (and Wallet) Full

Packed with protein and vitamins, these five vegan meals will keep your family full and happy without breaking the bank.

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Valentine’s Day Just Got Sweeter With These Tips From PETA Kids

Nothing says “love” like sharing an animal-friendly Valentine’s Day with your family. Here are PETA Kids’ top tips, from treats to crafts.

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For Kids: Share Your Love for Animals This Valentine’s Day—Here’s How

Looking for an animal-friendly Valentine’s Day craft? PETA Kids has your back with these FREE printable cards your young ones can customize and share with loved ones.

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Deck Your Family’s Tree With a Message to Help Animals

PETA Kids’ free printable craft will enable you to help your children share the ways they want to change animals’ lives in 2023.

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Parents: Count Down to Christmas With These 12 Ways to Help Animals

Looking for fun activities to fill winter break? Grab the glue stick and some construction paper and show your kids how to help animals have a holly jolly Christmas.

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It’s Easy to Shop Vegan on Black Friday—PETA Kids Tells You How

Shop ’til you drop and make your kids’ closets a winter wonderland this Black Friday with PETA Kids’ guide.

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Looking for Craft Projects This ‘ThanksVegan’? PETA Kids Is Lending a Hand

Help your kids encourage kindness to turkeys by making a traditional Thanksgiving craft with an animal rights twist.

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Animal-Friendly Costume Ideas for Kids to Get Their Ghostly Glamour On

This Halloween, create a SCAREtacular vegan costume for your kids with help from brands that don’t make their cosmetics or accessories with monstrous methods that harm animals.

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Free Printable: Help Kids Unmask Speciesism This Halloween

These animals have beating hearts and families, too! Here’s a way to help your children show some love to often misunderstood animals like owls, bats, snakes, and spiders this Halloween.

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