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FEATUREDSeventh Generation and Animal TestingWhat You Didn't Know About Seventh Generation

For years, caring consumers have purchased Seventh Generation products because the company does not test on animals. While this is still the case, Seventh Generation has been campaigning for federal legislation that would vastly increase the number of animals used in experiments in the United States. Tell Seventh Generation that you will not buy the company's products until it cleans up its act.

SPEAK UP NOWHelp 'SNIP' Animal Overpopulation!Be a Hero

Since the inception of PETA's low- and no-cost spay-neuter program in 2001, our mobile clinics have spayed or neutered more than 105,500 dogs and cats—more than 6,200 of them so far this year alone (and the number climbs each day)—preventing the births of countless unwanted animals. Our fleet of mobile clinics—"SNIP" (Spay or Neuter Immediately, Please)—is on the road almost every day, rain or shine, hot or cold, venturing into low-income and sorely underserved rural areas. We need your help to provide this unique program with the resources that it needs in order to help even more dogs, cats, and other animals. Will you become a hero for animals and donate today?

I WANT TO BE A HEROTricked Into Buying 'Humane Meat'?Humane Meat

As people learn how factory farming hurts animals and begin to demand changes, meat producers are making improvements—to their labels. Are you one of the many people who feel tricked by "humane meat" labels? PETA would like to hear how you feel you were misled. Please e-mail us your story.

TELL US ABOUT ITWho Will Be peta2's Sexiest Vegetarian?Ariana Grande Banner

Once a year, peta2 nominates some of the sexiest musicians, actors, athletes, and other celebs for the coveted title of peta2's Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity! This year, we have even more names to add to the list—such as Ariana Grande, Real Friends vocalist Dan Lambton, Ellen Page, Atlas Genius, Ellie Goulding, and Mark Hoppus. Check them all out now.

SEE THE NOMINEESUrge the D.C.-Area Metro to Stop Using Glue TrapsGlue Traps

Glue traps—trays filled with sticky, unrelenting goo designed to ensnare rats and mice—are some of the most dreadful products on the market. Victims can rip themselves to pieces while struggling to escape. They succumb to stress, shock, dehydration, asphyxiation, or blood loss—and death can take days. "Nontarget" wildlife such as squirrels, chipmunks, and even birds can fall prey to these vile devices, too. That is why we are asking the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) in Washington, D.C., to eliminate the use of glue traps.

TAKE ACTIONLolita the Orca in Captivity for 44 YearsLolita the Orca

Today is the anniversary of the capture of Lolita, the last survivor from the largest wild-orca round-up in history. She was only about 4 years old when she was torn from her family and ocean home. She has spent the past 44 years in the tiniest orca tank in the United States. With your help, we can continue to push for her release.

SPREAD THE WORD URGENT ACTION NEEDEDbulletUrge Honolulu Not to Host Cruel Animal CircusesbulletAsk Minnesota Vikings to Be Kind to BirdsbulletAbused Elephants Forced to Perform in Canada Need Your Help  

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