Companion Animals

‘Game of Thrones’ Star Jerome Flynn Warns Direwolf Trend Is Hurting Huskies

Huskies are being surrendered to shelters more than ever because of direwolves in “Game of Thrones.” Actor Jerome Flynn has a message about this.

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Metro Manila: Cats and Dogs Who Want to Go Home With YOU!

Sparkles, Clara, Joey, and Lulu are looking for homes where they’ll be treated like a member of the family and allowed to live indoors.

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12 Things You Can Do to Find Your Lost Dog or Cat

Follow these steps as soon as you realize your kitty, pup, or other animal companion is missing.

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The Jordan Civil Defense Directorate Receives an Award From PETA for Rescuing Animals

The directorate has gone above and beyond the call of duty to save the lives of trapped, scared, or injured animals.

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PETA Rushes to Help Animals Affected by Disastrous Fire in the Philippines

After learning about a devastating fire in Orion, Bataan, PETA’s Animal Rescue Team rushed to the affected area armed with pet food and medications for burn treatment.

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How to Cat-Proof Your Christmas Tree

Cats are best friends, but they do get mischievous sometimes. Here are ways to keep them safe this holiday season.

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Sick, Injured, Greyhounds Imprisoned and Bled Repeatedly for Veterinary Clinics in Asia

Video shows that dogs bred for and discarded by the racing industry are imprisoned in barren conditions at Hemopet and bled repeatedly for 18 months or more.

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Victory! South Korea Ends Cruel Poisoning Test on Dogs

Following a PETA U.S. appeal, South Korea has joined Canada, the European Union, Japan, and the U.S. in stopping a deadly pesticide test on dogs.

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Take Action! Cats Being Killed for Fur Coats

Did that fur coat have a collar? Every year, countless cats—some of them wearing collars—are abducted and hanged, bled, or strangled for fur.

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Reward for Information About Person Who Tied Dog to Train Tracks in South Africa

PETA is offering a reward of up to R50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction on cruelty-to-animals charges of the person responsible for this crime.

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