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  • Jun
  • 1

Help Working Animals in India Move From Suffering to a Sanctuary

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Animal Rahat—a PETA-supported charity in India—is building a new retirement sanctuary. The group does groundbreaking work for animals who endure backbreaking labor, so PETA encourages you to consider making a donation via its website to help support the exciting new sanctuary project. In India, it’s common to see horses, bullocks, and donkeys toiling under the […]


  • Feb
  • 8

Meet the Most Interesting Activist in the World

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What do you get when you cross a marathon runner with a “nun” and a “cow”? Saiju Gangadharan, a super–animal activist and possibly the true “Most Interesting Man in the World.” A long-time PETA supporter who lives in Washington, D.C., Saiju is a devoted volunteer who will do anything for animals. Seriously, he’ll do anything: […]


  • Jan
  • 26

5 Simple Steps to Help Working Animals

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PETA-supported animal charity Animal Rahat helps some of the most neglected animals in the world—the bullocks, donkeys, and other working animals in India. Check out these five easy ways that you can take action for these animals, all from the comfort of your home. Does your heart go out to the bullocks, donkeys, camels, and […]


  • Nov
  • 19

Video: These Daring Animal Rescues Will Brighten Your Day

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Animal rescuers in India pitch in to save their own “Baby Jessicas” from deep wells.


  • 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 […]


  • Jan
  • 29

PETA Turns Sunder’s Home Into Free-Roaming, Forested Sanctuary

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PETA India and Bannerghata Biological Park have teamed up to create India’s first free-roaming elephant sanctuary. Originally posted by PETA India. 


  • Dec
  • 4

PETA Presents: Holiday Gifts That Make an Impression … and a Difference

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As the holiday season approaches, I find myself repeating the same two questions in my head: What did I give people last year, and what in the world am I going to give them this year? PETA to the rescue! No need to worry about what to get that distant relative whose name you’ve drawn […]


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