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PETA’s Catio-Building Guide Will Help You Create a Safe Outdoor Space for Your Cats
Want your cat to explore the outdoors safely? Our catio-building guide is the perfect weekend project for you.
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How to Greet a Dog: Do’s and Don’ts
Do: Let new dogs approach you. Don’t: Grab or hug them. Find out what else you should and shouldn’t do when greeting a dog.
Cultivated Meat for Dogs and Cats? These Companies Are Paving the Way
Cultivated meat is a future-forward technology that two PETA Business Friends are using to create more humane food for dogs and cats.
What Do Rabbits Eat? 5 Things Every Rabbit Guardian Should Know
Great nutrition for rabbit companions supports their “hoppily” ever after. Take a look at these rabbit food suggestions.
How to Choose a Dog Trainer
Rule number one when choosing a dog trainer: The trainer should be training YOU! Here’s why aversive tactics like “dominance theory” could irreparably damage your bond with your dog.
‘Do French Bulldogs Have Health Issues?’ PETA Answers Your ‘Frenchie’ Queries
How much does it cost to buy a French bulldog? Ultimately, the cost could be the dog’s very life. Find out what goes on behind the scenes of a “purebred” French bulldog breeder.
Betta Fish Q&A: Why These Animals Aren’t ‘Starter Pets’
Betta fish aren’t “starter pets.” Check out this handy Q&A guide to learn how “Siamese fighting fish” (bettas) suffer in pet stores and inside small bowls.
Working From Home? Keep Your Dog Happy With These 7 Toys
Being bored is ruff! Bring your dog fun and joy with these boredom-busting toys. Check out seven of our favorites.
Valentine’s Day Gifts to Show Your Cats Just How Much You Love Them
Valentine’s Day is about celebrating those you love, so don’t forget about the furry friends who share a piece of your heart. These gifts for cats are sure to be a hit.
“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