As we look forward to the end of lockdown, animals held captive at marine parks, at zoos, and on farms face a lifetime of imprisonment. Having spent several long weeks in lockdown, we’re excited that we should soon be able to see our loved ones again – but for animals trapped in cages or tanks, the confinement will continue.
Animals are not ours to use for entertainment or abuse in any other way. Let’s refuse to support any establishment or industry that imprisons and exploits them.
Take these rapid actions to help Lolita, Mali, Morgan, and many other animals confined to cages or tanks at zoos, at marine abusement parks, or on farms.
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Don't Forget Animals Used for Food
Billions of animals are imprisoned on meat, fish, dairy, and egg farms, too. Their misery will end only when their throats are slit or they’re killed in another equally gruesome way.
Think about pigs, who are confined to crowded, barren sheds on farms. They’re denied the chance to do anything that comes naturally to them – they can’t play, explore their surroundings, forage for food, or even raise their babies. They spend their lives in confinement and are slaughtered when they’re just a few months old.
The best way to help animals on farms is to say no to abusive animal agriculture and go vegan. No one needs meat, fish, dairy, or eggs. Take PETA’s vegan pledge and we’ll help you make the switch to a compassionate lifestyle.