Reports on Our Vital Work

PETA’s Local Work October-December 2016

We transported Chico, Trixie, and 289 other animals free of charge to and from their free spay and neuter appointments.  

Read More

PETA’s Local Work July-September 2016

After Charlie Ray hurt himself, his guardian called PETA for help covering the cost of a vet visit and treatment. Once he…

Read More

PETA’s Local Work April-June 2016

We transported Angel—among dozens of other animals—free of charge to and from their free spay and neuter appointments.

Read More

PETA’s Local Work January-March 2016

Stoney was suffering from an infection on his leg that caused it to swell up and made walking difficult. We transported this…

Read More

PETA’s Local Work October-December 2015

Beloved cat Beau’s elderly guardian, Geraldine, contacted PETA after he hadn’t eaten for more than a week. She had no money to provide him…

Read More

PETA’s Local Work July-September 2015

Mother and son Chihuahua mixes Chickpea and Potato were transferred to PETA from the Danville Area Humane Society. PETA succeeded in placing…

Read More

PETA’s Local Work April-June 2015

Princess was suffering from a large, infected mammary tumor that had ruptured. We transported her to a local clinic to have the…

Read More

PETA’s Local Work January-March 2015

As part of PETA’s retention-assistance program, our resident animal-behavior expert provided a local family with basic training and animal-care advice in order…

Read More