EatKind for animals, people and the planet

Whether you're ready to give up animal products completely or want to ease into it gently, sign the EatKind pledge and help us show that people are prepared to change their diets to create a more healthy and humane future for all.

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Tell South African authorities to ban cruel captive breeding of lions for profit

Up to 12,000 lions suffer in captive breeding facilities in South Africa. In these facilities, lions are intensively bred and ripped away from their mothers to be exploited for tourist props. Once the lions are too dangerous for human interaction, they are killed for the bone trade or sold for canned trophy hunts..

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End horrors like the Yulin “festival”

Join us to implore China – as the country with the largest dog and cat meat trade in the world – to show leadership by ending the annual "festival" in Yulin, as well as the outward display of animal cruelty and officially ban the dog and cat meat trade in the country.

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Tell Japan to stop whaling

Japan announced that it will start a new commercial whaling program and that it will leave the International Whaling Commission--shunning international law, including the global ban on commercial whaling, and putting hundreds of whales at risk of suffering long and painful deaths from exploding harpoons.

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Call to end fur farming in Canada

Farmed foxes are usually killed by anal electrocution, and farmed minks are typically killed by gassing with carbon monoxide. Please ask Canadian politicians to ban factory fur farms in Canada.

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Tell tourism operators to stop exploiting captive lions

Sign our petition to all tourism operators selling trips to South Africa and urge them never to offer cub petting, fake lion volunteering, and walks with lions to unsuspecting tourists.

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Implement the ban on dog culling in Bangladesh

Dog culling has been banned in Bangladesh, but authorities continue to cull dogs in an attempt to eradicate rabies. Urge them to stop.

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Tell Quebec’s government to protect animals from abuse

Unfortunately, Quebec has a reputation as being the best province in which to abuse animals. Enough is enough!

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