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I know one thing for sure about 2018 ...

Will you be one of 25,000 people who commit to helping animals this month?

PETA will be called on to help suffering animals every day this year.

Renew your membership today for animals.

PETA Member 2018
Blue Blue
Member ID: 890582994

Dear Blue,

The one thing that I already know about 2018 is that every day, animals will need help from PETA—and caring supporters like you.

The pigs, cows, and chickens who are hideously abused on cruel farms will need you. The sheep who are violently sheared and the angora rabbits whose fur is yanked out by the handful will need you. The dogs, mice, and other animals who are being blinded, sickened, burned, or poisoned in deadly experiments will need you. The lonely orca swimming in endless circles inside a tiny tank will need you.

We've set a goal of persuading 25,000 people to pledge their support to PETA by January 31. This is a big number, but it can't compare to the number of animals who endure horrific abuse every single day on farms, in slaughterhouses, in secretive laboratories, or at roadside zoos.

This year, PETA needs to investigate and expose more cruelty, hold more eye-catching demonstrations, and inspire more consumers to embrace compassion. But we can't do this alone.

In 2017, your support helped PETA do the following:

  • We countered proposals by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that could have caused a major increase in deadly chemical tests on animals.
  • We helped secure passage of New York City's ban on the use of wild animals in circuses.
  • We succeeded in our lawsuit that led a federal court to declare Utah's "ag-gag" law unconstitutional.
  • We promoted vegan eating on college campuses so successfully that more than one in six universities now has an all-vegan dining station.

Despite all that we achieved together during the past year, as long as even a single animal still suffers, we cannot rest. Each investigation, each video that exposes sickening cruelty, and each rescue in times of natural disaster points to the fact that animals continue to be abused, neglected, and abandoned. We must do everything in our power to help these living, feeling beings and provide them with the promising, secure future that everyone deserves.

Please don't turn away—help make 2018 the year when animals have a chance at the happiness and freedom that they all deserve.

Kind regards,

Ingrid E. Newkirk



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