Action Alerts

Help Stop Horse and Donkey Abuse for Drug Production

Horses, donkeys, and mules are being abused at these drug production facilities. You can help stop this.

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‘Italian Wool’ Exposed: Sheep Kicked, Cut and Killed

PETA’s video exposé reveals that sheep suffer and die for wool in Chile. Take action now!

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Kerala’s Captive Elephants Need Your Help

Hundreds of elephants are being kept illegally in Kerala. Help get them retired to sanctuaries.

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Exposed: Juvenile Ostriches Butchered for Hermès and Prada ‘Luxury’ Bags

Soon after exposing the slaughter of alligators and crocodiles for Hermès Birkin bags, eyewitnesses capture video of Hermès and Prada suppliers butchering young ostriches.

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Rabbits Hit, Hung Up and Skinned Alive in the Chinese Fur Trade

PETA Asia found that rabbits are forced to live in urine-encrusted cages before finally being strung up and skinned – sometimes while still alive. Pledge to be fur-free now!

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Pledge to Try Vegan

Want to eat better, feel better, and stop supporting cruelty to chickens, pigs, cows, fish and other animals who are killed for food? Try going vegan.

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Pledge Never to Take Elephant Joyrides

Elephants who are forced to carry people on joyrides are made to suffer. Sign the pledge now never to support these cruel rides.

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More Disturbing Video: Sheep Kicked, Stamped On and Mutilated for Wool

ANOTHER shocking investigation of wool production will break your heart! PETA US exposed similar abuses across THREE CONTINENTS. There is no such thing as “humane” wool.

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Exposed: Lambs Mutilated, Sheep Kicked and Hit With Electric Clippers on Argentine Wool Farm

PETA US revealed cruelty to sheep at “sustainable” farms in the Ovis 21 network in Argentina and is now exposing another wool farm in Argentina.

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‘Sustainable Wool’ Supplier: Lambs Skinned Alive

PETA US video exposé reveals that life is hell for lambs and sheep exploited for so-called “responsibly sourced” wool on so-called “sustainable” farms.

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