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Piglets torn away from their mothers

Will you help piglets and their mothers?

Piglets are torn away from their mothers just weeks after birth.


Will you help us spare pigs and other animals hideous abuse?


Dear Blue,

In his natural surroundings, a newborn piglet—we'll call him Franklin—would quickly learn to recognize his mother and run to her when he hears her voice, wanting nothing more than her gentle care.

But Franklin never has that chance on a farm. At just a few weeks old, he's taken away from his mother. Workers cut off his tail, snip the ends of his teeth with pliers, and castrate him—all without administering any pain relief. Then he and dozens of other young pigs are confined to filthy, concrete-floored pens to be fattened.

When he's only 6 months old—but already large enough to be considered "profitable"—Franklin is loaded onto a transport truck and sent to a slaughterhouse. He'll be stunned, perhaps improperly, and may be fully conscious as he's dumped into a tank of scalding-hot water.

PETA is committed to protecting animals like Franklin from experiencing horrors like these—and we need your help.

When they are given the chance to live out their days happily, pigs are social, playful, and protective animals who communicate constantly with one another. Mothers even sing to their piglets while nursing them, strengthening their family bond.

That's a far cry from the way they live on today's commercial farms. Sows are confined to gestation crates so small that they can't even turn around, let alone fulfill their strong urge to build a nest for their young. Then their piglets are taken away shortly after birth, and the cycle begins anew. Female pigs are forcibly impregnated—raped, in fact—over and over until their bodies wear out and they, too, are sent to be slaughtered.

Together, we're making the world a more compassionate place. PETA's powerful campaigns and creative demonstrations are persuading thousands not to consume the flesh of pigs, cows, chickens, or other animals. After hearing from us and our supporters, brands such as General Mills, Nestlé, and Burger King are pushing their dairy suppliers to end dehorning—a cruel practice in which horn buds are literally burned off calves' heads.

In addition, PETA and other groups filed a lawsuit opposing Utah's "ag-gag" law, which would have prevented courageous investigators from documenting abuse at farms and slaughterhouses, and we got the law declared unconstitutional. And following a 10-year PETA campaign, Israel recently banned the importation of flesh from cows killed by the "shackle and hoist" method—making it much less profitable for slaughterhouse workers to pin down terrified cows, slit their throats, and suspend them by shackled limbs.

Your gift today will help us work to achieve more victories like these—and allow us to send out thousands of copies of our free vegan starter kit, encourage more restaurants to embrace vegan options, and keep the public focused on the importance of animal rights.

Thank you for your compassion and for everything that you do for animals.

Kind regards,

Ingrid E. Newkirk



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