A Birthday Wish for Working Animals

Since her first encounter with an abused bullock in India as a young girl, Ingrid has been doing all that she can to help the millions of gentle animals in that country, who often spend almost their entire lives suffering from dehydration, untreated wounds, and even beatings as they strain under a heavy yoke to pull frequently overloaded and unbalanced carts.

Stopping the misery of these animals is what inspired her to help found Animal Rahat, a wonderful program that has been providing relief for bullocks, elephants, dogs, and other animals in India, who often desperately need their help. The Rahat team of veterinarians and their assistants, animal caretakers, and community educators are committed to providing care and support to animals in regions where none is available.

Your entire donation today will be put to work immediately to help the many bullocks, donkeys, and other animals rescued and aided by Animal Rahat. Your gift will help provide Animal Rahat with the resources that it needs in order to buy vital medicines, help working animals who have collapsed, and to quickly respond with emergency medical when needed.

Will you support the work that PETA President Ingrid Newkirk helped start by making a special birthday gift to Animal Rahat in honor of her 65th birthday right now?

PETA provides this donation form as a service to Animal Rahat.


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