Companion Animals

Hundreds of Animals Treated as PETA Resumes Field Clinics in 2022

PETA’s field clinics are back and ready to treat animals in indigent communities across the Philippines.

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Love in the Time of War: Indians Returning From Ukraine With Animal Companions

Following an appeal from PETA India, the Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying issued a memorandum relaxing import requirements for animal companions traveling to India with their guardians from …

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Millennium Hotels and Resorts Drop Support for the Iditarod After 30 Years

The Singaporean conglomerate says “enough” to the deadly Iditarod.

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Update: PETA Helps Animals Affected by Typhoon Rai

PETA teams up with Bohol Animal Rescue & Kindness (BARK) animal shelter to care for more animals affected by Typhoon Rai (known in the Philippines as Typhoon Odette).

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Animals in Afghanistan

Just like millions of us, many people in Afghanistan value other animals as members of their family, and we care about them all.

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Olympic Soccer Superstars Christen Press and Alex Morgan Want You to Adopt, Not Shop!

Soccer superstars Alex Morgan and Christen Press of the U.S. women’s soccer team are encouraging everyone to adopt animals from shelters.

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Disney’s ‘Cruella’ Tells Audiences to Visit Their Local Animal Shelter

You know how people sometimes applaud at the end of a movie? Well, the credits to “Cruella” deserve a standing ovation.

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PETA Honors Thai Navy for Rescuing Cats From Sinking Ship

A Hero to Animals Award is on its way from PETA to the Thai Navy after sailors rescued cats from a burning, sinking ship in the Andaman Sea.

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PETA Rescues Animals Affected by Typhoon Vamco

In the wake of Typhoon Vamco, PETA’s rescue team jumped into action to help rescue animals from rooftops, feed displaced ones, and reunite animals with their families.

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Animals in Beirut are Being Rescued by PETA UK and Local Groups

In the wake of the devastating explosion that hit Beirut, a PETA UK team member traveled to the city to help animals affected by the devastation.

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