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Without PETA's powerful activism, countless more seals, foxes, minks, and other animals would have been killed for cruelly produced fashion. Today, retailers are seeing animal-friendly designs fly off their shelves as more and more consumers turn their backs on wearing the skins of abused animals.

Without PETA's decades of eyewitness investigations of cruelty to animals—beginning with the landmark "Silver Spring monkeys" case that led to the first-ever U.S. Supreme Court victory for animals in laboratories—many more monkeys, cats, rabbits, and other animals would have become victims of crude and painful experiments. Now a growing list of countries—including India, Israel, and every member of the European Union—has banned cosmetics tested on animals, and innovative non-animal testing methods promoted by PETA are keeping millions of animals from suffering in laboratories.

Without PETA's eye-opening campaigns, many people may never have learned about the fear, confinement, and cruelty that elephants, tigers, and other animals endure in circuses and horrific roadside zoos. Today, a wave of compassion from caring people like you has prompted circuses like Ringling Bros. to announce an end to elephant performances and inspired groundbreaking new bans on the abuse of wild animals in U.S. cities—and even entire countries, such as Mexico.

I've seen firsthand the tremendous ways PETA is improving the lives of animals, and with your help today, I'm certain they'll accomplish even more.

For one day only, your donation of $35 or more can go twice as far to help animals—it doesn't get better than that. Make your special gift of $35 or more and help support 35 more years of critical work for animals!

With your help, PETA can conduct more groundbreaking investigations, persuade more retailers to remove animal skins from their clothing lines, do even more to end animal homelessness and abuse, and continue to stand as one of the most effective forces for animals that the world has ever seen.

If you share my appreciation for all that PETA has done for animals, please consider making a generous donation today and help them continue to make the world a kinder and more compassionate place for all.

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