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This can't keep happening to dogs!

Do more for animals in 2016.

There are fewer than 48 hours left to make a year-end gift of $5 or more to help animals.

  Stand Up For Animals in 2016 PETA  
Dear Blue,

Workers grab dogs around the neck with metal pincers before bashing their heads with a wooden club. Some dogs still struggle to breathe as their throats are slit. Then their skins are torn from their tortured bodies and sold ... where exactly?

This is no scene from a make-believe horror movie—it's actually happening to real dogs right now! In the months since PETA first revealed the misery of dogs bludgeoned and killed for their skin in China, countless dogs have been killed in this way. But because of our tireless work, never before have more consumers rejected leather and fur, which is the key to preventing dogs and all other animals from being slaughtered for their skins.

You can help curtail the global skins trade—but there are only a few hours left to make a gift of $5 or more before December 31. Please don't wait—make your gift to PETA now to help dogs and all animals in the new year.

The video captured by a PETA Asia investigator on a compound in China is difficult to watch, but the images drive home the horror of what happens there better than any words can:

Dogs in cages

Dog being butchered

So much pain, fear, and death—all for something as trivial as a pair of work gloves. Please, take a stand for dogs and all animals who face abuse by making a year-end gift of $5 or more to PETA before midnight tomorrow!

Dogs aren't the only animals who suffer immensely at the hands of the cruel leather industry. Earlier this month, a PETA exposé revealed the appalling abuse of cows in Bangladesh whose throats are cut while they, too, are fully conscious. In our video, you can see them moving and breathing while they are being skinned. The tanneries are indifferent not only to the feelings and lives of the animals but also to the health of their workers—including children—who are exposed to toxic chemicals and dangerous machinery as they work.

PETA counts on your compassion to help us show these videos to shoppers and stores—and stop as much suffering as we can. The eyewitness investigations that you support are making a difference for animals and prompting new action against dog leather—such as one congressional representative's recent call for U.S. customs officials to do more to stop the import of dog-leather products.

Animals are depending on you—please don't let them down. Make a year-end gift to PETA right now.

Thank you for supporting this work and helping PETA ensure a future in which no dog, cow, rabbit, or other animal is bludgeoned, electrocuted, or even skinned alive for clothing or other, trivial human interests.

Very truly yours,

Ingrid E. Newkirk

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