Here is this week’s list of easy daily actions you can do to make a difference for animals. We hope that every week you’ll spend a few minutes taking some of these quick actions!

  1. Share the video footage from PETA India’s investigation into meat markets—where dogs are caged or tied up in gunnysacks before being killed for their flesh and where meat from illegally hunted animals is sold to anyone who’ll pay. Then urge the World Health Organization to call for the closure of all such markets before they unleash the next pandemic.
  2. Inform others that the U.S. is losing the “war on cancer” because of deadly animal tests, and encourage them to support innovative, lifesaving solutions.
  3. Participate in PETA’s week of action and help us push Urban Outfitters brands to ditch all animal-derived materials.
  4. Remind everyone you know that live-animal holiday displays aren’t merry or bright for captive reindeer.
  5. Tell the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration why it’s a smart move to ban animal tests for food and beverage companies’ blood pressure marketing claims.
  6. Call on U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson to stop the slaughter of bears in Canada and instead use luxurious faux bear fur to make the Queen’s Guard’s caps.
  7. Register now for PETA President and “cat auntie” Ingrid Newkirk’s new book talk.
  8. Help spare greyhounds by asking your U.S. representatives to support a bill that would make it a federal crime to engage in commercial dog racing or gamble on dog races anywhere.
  9. Can’t get enough of Tiger King 2? Be sure to share PETA’s recap of our efforts to dethrone the series’ villains, including the infamously cruel Tim Stark and animal-exploiting newcomer Zuzana Kukol.
  10. With so many preventable whale and dolphin deaths at marine parks, you may be wondering how long these animals live in nature. Dive into PETA’s breakdown of the way their lives should be.