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  • Sep
  • 10

Share a Smile for Animals Today!

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Amazon is one of the most widely used sites on the Internet. Chances are that you’ve ordered something from the site before—and with good reason. Amazon has thousands of vegan and cruelty-free products, including food, makeup, cookbooks, clothes, and a huge selection of supplies for your furry family members. Now, with AmazonSmile, there’s an even better reason …

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  • Aug
  • 27

Famous Reasons to Properly Plan Your Estate

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As a Philanthropic Specialist, I enjoy assisting members who are leaving a legacy for animals through an estate gift to PETA. Although everyone’s estate differs, it is in everyone’s best interest to spend time considering and documenting a plan. Below, I have put together a few famous examples that illustrate why even with the best intentions, improperly planned …

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  • Aug
  • 20

PETA’s Animal Times: The Magazine That Speaks Up For Animals

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PETA members, by now you should have received your copy of the latest edition of PETA’s Animal Times magazine. Featured in this issue: PETA’s investigation into Taiwan’s cruel pigeon racing industry, an eyewitness exposé of a pig breeding facility, delicious vegan recipes, and the ever-popular Celebrity Watch updates. If you are not yet a PETA member and would like a …

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  • Aug
  • 18

Preparing for Your Animal Companions’ Future

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As PETA’s Augustus Club members know, planning your legacy is important. But one of the most overlooked yet most important aspects of estate planning is preparing for your animal companions’ future when you can no longer care for them. There are steps that you can take now to ensure that they’ll continue to receive the loving care that you want …

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  • Aug
  • 12

Try Vegan, and You Won’t Be Left High and Dry

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When news hit that Detroit was cutting off water to thousands of residents who were behind in paying their bills, the critics, not surprisingly, came out in full force. What might surprise you is that some of those throwing stones were aiming not at city officials but at PETA—after one of our members hit upon a way …

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  • Aug
  • 4

It’s Easy to Turn Your Compassion Into Action

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Here are several great ways to get out and make a difference in your community:

1. Buy animal rights books to donate to your local library. Visit PETACatalog.com to purchase select books for your library at a 20 percent discount. Most library book donations are tax-deductible. Check with your library to find out more.

2. Wear clothing …

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  • Aug
  • 1

Animal Rahat: Changing Minds, Changing Practices

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Animal Rahat is a unique program that aims to help some of the most neglected animals in the world—the bullocks, donkeys, and other working animals in India.

One of the more common sights in India is that of a bullock trudging along in the heat, straining under a heavy yoke to pull an overloaded, poorly balanced cart. These …

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