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Ingrid Newkirk

  • Jan
  • 23

What to Do If Your Companion Gets Lost

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I’ve run across some really sad cases of guardians who lost their feline companions and did not know what steps to take to recover them. Here are some basic guidelines that were originally published in my book 250 Things You Can Do to Make Your Cat Adore You. These steps should also work for most other […]


  • Dec
  • 28

Selecting Candles Without Tallow, Paraffin, or Beeswax

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Like many people, you may be asking: What makes a candle vegan and cruelty-free? What harmful products are often used in candles? I addressed these very questions in a chapter in one of my books, Making Kind Choices: Shopping for candles, whether to light the table for that special romantic evening, votive candles to float […]


  • Oct
  • 20

What’s the Kindest Thing We Can Do for Pit Bulls?

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Pit bulls are abused specifically because of their breed. That’s why they need breed-specific measures to protect them, writes PETA President Ingrid Newkirk.


  • Oct
  • 16

Update: Cat’s Faith in Humanity Restored!

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We’ve got wonderful news to share! Sweet—and, yes, adorable—Chandler has found his forever home. This lucky boy is on his way to a loving home in West Virginia. His new guardian recently lost her elderly cat so she knew it was “meant to be” when she saw Chandler’s blog. *********************************** This is Chandler. He’s one of […]


  • Sep
  • 30

Can Slaughterhouse Design Curtail Violence?

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The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has released a book titled Design and Violence, which includes a thought-provoking contribution by PETA President Ingrid Newkirk. Her essay, “Serpentine Ramp (Temple Grandin),” explores how slaughterhouse design can either intensify or alleviate animal suffering. That’s right: A book published by a popular and prestigious art museum includes a […]


  • Sep
  • 23

Ingrid Newkirk on the Myth Of “Humane Meat”

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What do Santa Claus, unicorns and “humane meat” have in common? They’re all lovely, feel-good ideas–and they’re all fantasies.


  • Sep
  • 3

The Pastime of Psychopaths

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How are serial killing and trophy hunting terrifyingly similar? PETA President Ingrid Newkirk tells us what these two violent pastimes have in common on Huffington Post.


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