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  • Aug
  • 28

My Dog Survived Hurricane Katrina

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When Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast 10 years ago, it became the worst natural disaster to strike the U.S. in more than a century. TV viewers were horrified to see images of the storm’s impact not just on the human residents but also on the local animals stranded on rooftops, clinging to trees, and swimming frantically …

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  • Aug
  • 26

Interview With Star Tenor Lance Ryan

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Standing on the stages of the world, singing himself into the hearts of his audience, star tenor Lance Ryan is a devoted vegan. He talked with PETA Germany’s PETA50Plus , and we’re sharing the interview with PETA Prime readers.

Lance Ryan is one of the most sought-after tenor heroes in the world. Besides the tenor roles in Richard Strauss’ …

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  • Aug
  • 12

The Fortunes of This Caged Bird Changed, Thanks to Animal Rahat

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From parrots to pigeons, Animal Rahat  recently rescued several birds who were desperately in need of help.

The rescues included the parrot shown here, who had been kept in this tiny cage by a fortune teller, even though caging birds for commercial purposes is a punishable offense. The unfortunate bird is one of thousands throughout India who are …

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  • Jul
  • 15

PC for ‘Pets’

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Oops! Excuse me— companion animals . Words can be weapons. The words we choose and how we use them underline or undermine our arguments for the rights of animals.

Never say “it” when referring to an animal. Always use “his” or “her,” even if you aren’t sure of gender. After all, you can’t always lift up the tail. Besides, …

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  • Jul
  • 1

Meet the Woman Who Went Vegetarian at 86

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This warmly-written, inspiring article by Sherrey Reim Glickman, the late grandmother of Jasmin Singer from  Our Hen House , proves that it really is “never too late to change the world.”

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  • Jun
  • 22

Saving Baby Starlings

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We keep our sailboat at the Port Whitby Marina on the north shore of Lake Ontario. Since the harbor and sometimes the lake freeze in winter, the boat is stored on a cradle on land. On April 23, we removed the winter cover to prepare for our launch on May 13. A couple of days before the …

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  • May
  • 29

Finding a Reputable Sitter for Your Animal Companion

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The summer travel season is in full swing. Leaving your animal companion safe and comfortable at home while you travel doesn’t have to (and shouldn’t) mean checking your loved one into a kennel, cattery, or veterinarian’s office, where animals often become stressed, frightened, ill, or even hurt or lost. Ideally, “safe at home” means finding the right …

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