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. Together, we’ve secured a massive victory: Six chimpanzees are now free from the former Missouri Primate Foundation—including Connor, who was exploited for Hallmark greeting cards that are still sold today. Urge Hallmark to do its part by banning clownish, damaging images of great apes!
  2. Share PETA Asia’s latest horrifying investigation into the live-animal markets still plaguing China, Indonesia, and other nations, and urge the World Health Organization to call for the immediate closure of “wet markets.”
  3. Contact your congressional representatives and ask them to reject a proposed funding increase for the seven deadly National Primate Research Centers.
  4. Meet Charlene, a rescued chinchilla, and learn about her ordeal at a hellish breeding mill in Minnesota.
  5. August 4 is International Owl Awareness Day, a wonderful opportunity to protect fascinating birds from nightmarish experiments.
  6. Tell SeaWorld to stop breeding cetaceans and send these long-suffering animals to seaside sanctuaries.
  7. Check out how PETA is intervening to protect K-9s from violence and abusive training.
  8. Discover why the COVID-19 pandemic should teach us to curb cruelty at county fairs.
  9. Learn why air travel can be dangerous for companion animals.
  10. Find out six simple ways you can get active for monkeys forced to pick coconuts.