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  • Apr
  • 14

5 Ways to Connect With Others and Help Animals

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It’s no surprise that having close friends or family members can help us lead healthier, happier lives. But did you know that being lonely can literally make you sick? According to a recent article by Dr. Sanjay Gupta in O, The Oprah Magazine , loneliness can increase your risk of mortality by 45 percent. In contrast, obesity raises your mortality risk …

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  • Jan
  • 15

A Call, a Car, a Can of Food, and a Dog Is Saved

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A driver on a rural highway in Ohio spotted a dog lying on the side of the road. She stopped her car and got out to check on the dog but couldn’t tell much about her condition, other than that she appeared to be breathing. The driver called PETA but unfortunately hadn’t contacted local police or animal …

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  • May
  • 25

An Interview With Activist David Simon

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PETA donor and Action Team member David Simon recently took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to speak with PETA Action Team coordinator Eric Deardorff about some of his experiences as an activist for animals. We hope that some of David’s insights will encourage you to follow his lead and speak out for animals in your own …

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  • Apr
  • 28

Meet Marsha: A Member on a Mission

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For most of her life, Marsha Hargreaves recognized that there was something wrong with people’s view of animals as “things” to be used and abused. It saddened her, but she didn’t know what she could do about it. Then she attended her first demonstration, and now Marsha is an animal advocacy powerhouse. Writing letters, sending e-mails, holding demonstrations, …

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