Animal-Friendly Ways to Put the Spotlight on Dad This Father’s Day


Whether they’re foxes, seahorses, flamingos, or humans, fathers deserve a day just for them. Learn about animals’ paternal caretakers and ways to celebrate this Father’s Day.

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From Birds to Bugs: PETA Kids Lists Books to Inspire the Whole Family

If you’re looking for new stories to fill your child’s imagination, take a page out of PETA Kids’ book with these colorful and engaging tales of empathy for animals.

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Help Your Kids Reach Goals and Learn New Skills With These Animal-Friendly Activities

From making an insect-rescue kit to enjoying a scoop (or two!) of their favorite vegan ice cream, your child’s summer vacation will be filled with fun and educational experiences, thanks to PETA Kids’ activity boards.

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Have Children Who Want to Go Vegan? PETA Kids Is Here to Help

If your child wants to go vegan, PETA Kids is here to walk you through everything you need to know—including helping them stay healthy and getting inspiration for their next animal-friendly meal.

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Have Compassionate Kids Who Want to Go Vegan? These Tips Can Help

Going vegan can be fun and delicious for young ones, too! Check out PETA Kids’ top tips to help your children make choices that save animals.

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Parents: Learn How to Advocate for Your Vegan Kid at School

From the classroom to the cafeteria to extracurricular activities, follow PETA Kids’ tips on advocating for your vegan children at school.

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Make Each Meal ‘Upbeet’: Resources for Parents Feeding Vegan Kids

Whether you’re a seasoned vegan parent or new to vegan eating, these websites, books, and other resources will help you give your children animal-friendly and nutritious meals.

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For Parents: Help Your Kids Start Each Day With Kindness to Animals

Do you take the time to check for animal test–free labels on your children’s personal-care products? With PETA Kids’ free, printable quiz, it can be a fun activity to do together!

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Parents: Encourage Your Kids to ‘Stick’ Up for Animals

Want to help your kids get more active for animals? PETA Kids’ free stickers can help your young ones share their compassion for animals with classmates and friends.

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Parents: Help Your Kind Kid Join This Free Membership Program

Do your kids want to take action for animals but need some encouragement? Help them sign up for our Kind Kid program! They’ll receive a free membership card and monthly ideas for ways to help animals.

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Friends, Not Fabric! Parents, Check Out PETA Kids’ Free Coloring Activity

Are you looking for ways to encourage kids to be kind to sheep, cows, snakes, and other animals whose skin is stolen to make clothes and accessories? Check out this free coloring sheet.

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The Secret Ingredient to Teaching Kids Kindness? A Vegan Toy Kitchen!

Help introduce your little one to the importance of a cruelty-free kitchen by “veganizing” your child’s already existing toy kitchen with custom stickers or updated menu items.

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Will You Be a Lonely Orca’s Valentine? Here’s How You Can Help Lolita

Lolita has lived in a tiny tank at the Miami Seaquarium for 41 years—and this Valentine’s Day may be her last. Find out how you and your kids can help her.

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Get Crafty With Your Kids and Make Beds for Dogs and Cats in Need

Help kids help animals. Use this step-by-step guide to make creative, comfy beds for the dogs and cats at your local animal shelter—or your animal companions.

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Urge Build-A-Bear Workshop to End SeaWorld Partnership

Send Build-A-Bear Workshop a letter asking it to stop working with SeaWorld, the cruel ABUSEment park.

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Save 200 Animals Every Year by Going Vegan

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