Learn hundreds of simple ways to stop thoughtless cruelty. The tips and resources that Ingrid Newkirk provides will connect you to a whole community of others who respect animals enough to make compassionate choices to help them in their daily lives. For each topic, Newkirk provides hard facts, personal insight, inspiration, ideas, and resources.
Ingrid has compiled more than 50 thought-provoking essays written by an intriguing, diverse group of people, including His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Sir Paul McCartney, Willie Nelson, Dennis Kucinich, Russell Simmons, Brigitte Bardot, Stella McCartney, and Oliver Stone. All have had a positive impact on the world while armed with nothing more than the power of their own beliefs. One Can Make a Difference is an enlightening book that provides a roadmap for anyone seeking a just society and for those striving to make a positive impact on our world.
Ingrid's latest book, packed with anecdotes from dog-friendly folks, gives dog guardians oodles of tips and tricks on how to celebrate your canine every day and includes celebrity recipes for making your own healthy and yummy dog treats, instructions for giving your best buddy a massage, dog toy recommendations, tips for taking dogs to the beach, and lots more!
Kids love animals, and teaching them compassion early on helps them to become compassionate adults. This new edition of PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk’s book Kids Can Save the Animals is full of fascinating facts and more than 100 fun and easy projects and ideas that show children how they can get active for animals.
In Newkirk’s keynote address at an animal rights conference, you’ll learn who America’s real “terrorists” are and find out why it is more important than ever before to extend our compassion to “the least of them.”
Foreword by: Sir Paul McCartney
Every day, each of us is faced with choices: We can choose to hurt or help, to be cruel or kind. In the acclaimed new book, Making Kind Choices, PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk explains how simple choices that we make every day at the dinner table and the grocery-store check-out line can have a life-saving impact on animals.
“Ingrid’s point is that no matter where we live, we can play a vital role in freeing animals from torment, looking out for our fellow human beings, and being a conscientious Earth steward. All we need to do is realize how powerful our choices are.”
This warm and witty book is packed with invaluable information every cat person needs to know, including tips for giving a cat a bath, how to detect warning signs of illness, finding a lost cat, and avoiding scratched furniture.
Learn dozens of simple ways that you can positively affect the lives of animals. From switching to cruelty-free products to eating compassionately, this book covers it all.
Reading like a suspense novel, with riveting accounts of daring animal rescues from laboratories, fur farms, and food factories, this is a book you won’t be able to put down—or forget.
Tempt your taste buds with these tantalizing vegan recipes—the original cookbook composed of recipes from PETA staff and members!
PETA staffers not only love animals, they also love to eat—and this cookbook is filled with their favorite vegan dishes. It also includes info on how and why to go veggie.
Debra asks more than 50 influential people of America to name two things that they hope will be true about the world in 50 years, to tell her about the environment in which they personally thrive, and to paint a picture of their ideal world.
Collected by: Debra Trione
Featuring: Ingrid Newkirk
Listen to heartening, exciting rescue stories from the animal liberation underground in this six-hour abridged edition of Ingrid Newkirk’s “Free the Animals.” Perfect for work commutes or road trips.
If you loved 250 Things You Can Do to Make Your Cat Adore You, then you’ll love Love That Cat! PETA President Ingrid Newkirk reads excerpts from her popular cat book, offers kitty advice, and generally tells you how to be your cat’s best friend.
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Now you can listen to the moving talk given by PETA President, Ingrid Newkirk. Hear about what’s really in a hot dog, how veal is connected to dairy, and why it’s more important than ever to extend our compassion “to the least of them.”
Introduction by Dennis Kucinich
PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk’s address to the International Nonviolence Conference in Bethlehem asks us to open our minds to the idea that the way we treat animals is a reflection of who we are as individuals and as a society. Are we able to grasp the most basic problems facing us as we attempt to resolve conflict? Facing our lack of empathy toward others who are not like us is an interesting exercise that requires us to confront our most ingrained prejudices—even as we challenge others to confront theirs.