PETA
undercover investigators
spend months working tirelessly to help expose systemic,
egregious, and often illegal cruelty to animals that the public and officials would otherwise never know about.

The
evidence that these brave investigators gather has resulted in tremendous victories
for suffering animals, such as the closure of a North Carolina animal
research facility
and the seizure of nearly 700 cats from Caboodle Ranch, a filthy, hoarding “sanctuary” in Florida.

While
these heartbreaking investigations rightly garner massive public attention when
they first break, the cheerful news regarding the animals who are rescued thanks
to the support of PETA Investigations Rescue Fund donors
and given a second chance at life is sometimes overlooked.  

Make
your day a little bit brighter by checking out and sharing the below images of
some of the animals rescued through PETA investigations:

Felix and Bronson (Caboodle
Ranch Investigation)

 


Sheena (University of Utah
Investigation)

 

Marilyn and Madonna (University of
Utah Investigation)

 

Nudge (Sacred Vision Animal
Sanctuary Investigation)

 

Hannah and Janette (Kapporos Investigation)

 

Hugs (Professional
Laboratory and Research Services Investigation)

 

Little Tess and Amelia
(U.S. Global Exotics Investigation)

 

Olaf (Sacred Vision Animal
Sanctuary Investigation)

 

Buddy and Copper (Professional
Laboratory and Research Services Investigation)

 

A Sloth (U.S. Global
Exotics Investigation)

While
the animals above were thankfully rescued, there are still many equally deserving
animals suffering out of sight and hidden from public view.

Do your part to help these suffering animals now
by supporting PETA’s Investigations Rescue Fund
during our special drive. If we meet our goal of 1,000 new donors
to this vital fund by May 1, PETA will receive an additional $100,000 to help
animals like those pictured here.

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Article source: PETA Action Alerts

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