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  • Aug
  • 25

The Magazine That Speaks Up For Animals

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US AT2-15 Front Cover

PETA members have just received the latest issue of Animal Times magazine, full of delicious recipes, heartwarming stories about animals helped by PETA campaigns, and easy actions to take to help stop cruelty and exploitation. Not a member yet? Change the world for animals by joining PETA today!

  • Aug
  • 17

A Mother’s Love for Her Son Saves Animals’ Lives

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It’s said that losing a child is the hardest thing that a parent can go through. When Gerda Chason lost her son Clifford, she felt like she “wanted to die too.” But through her grieving, Gerda discovered how she could ensure that her son’s legacy would live on. Gerda and Clifford were close and had […]

  • Aug
  • 10

PETA’s Work for Animals Who Suffer and Die for Exotic Skins

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PETA members are helping PETA make progress for all animals, including alligators and crocodiles who are raised in horrid conditions and killed by the tens of thousands every year so that their skins can be made into handbags, belts, shoes, wallets, and watchbands. PETA recently released the findings from a scathing new investigation of the […]

  • Aug
  • 6

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 […]

  • Jul
  • 22

Retiring: Your Health and Your Wealth

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AARP released a poll last year that says that more than half of working Americans over age 50 don’t think they’ll have enough money for health care after retirement.  What happens if you retire, and the next thing you know, your medical bills start eating away at your savings like rust on an old Rambler? It’s not […]

  • Jul
  • 7

Meet PETA Foundation’s Deputy General Counsel of Captive Animal Law Enforcement

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Animal Rights 2.0 event at the Bob Barker Building in Los Angeles.

Having started at the PETA Foundation in 2010, Delcianna (“Delci”) Winders now leads a team of attorneys, veterinarians, and scientists who work with law-enforcement agencies to ensure that authorities are doing everything in their power to afford captive wild animals—particularly those confined to roadside zoos and used by circuses—the legal protections that they’re entitled to […]

  • Jun
  • 29


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