Diana Penty Teams Up With PETA India For Their Adopt Don’t Shop Campaign

Diana Penty Teams Up With PETA India For Their Adopt Don’t Shop Campaign

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During Be Kind to Animals Week, Diana Penty has joined forces with PETA India and World for All to encourage dog adoption from shelters, highlighting the plight of homeless animals in India and the benefits of adopting over purchasing.

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In
a
heartfelt
appeal
during
Be
Kind
to
Animals
Week
(5
to
11
May),
Bollywood
actor
Diana
Penty
has
teamed
up
with
PETA
India
and
World
for
All
to
promote
the
adoption
of
dogs
from
animal
shelters.
Known
for
her
deep
love
for
animals,
especially
her
adopted
dog
Vicky,
Penty
is
using
her
influence
to
shine
a
light
on
the
harsh
realities
faced
by
homeless
animals
in
India.
With
a
significant
following
of
nearly
5
million
on
Instagram,
her
message
is
loud
and
clear:
give
a
shelter
dog
a
home
and
never
purchase
pets
from
breeders
or
pet
shops.

“Adopting
Vicky
was
the
best
decision
of
my
life,” Penty
shares,
emphasizing
the
joy
and
love
Indie
dogs
bring
into
a
home.
She
advocates
for
adoption,
pointing
out
the
dire
situation
of
cats
and
dogs
on
India’s
streets.
These
animals
often
face
hunger,
injury,
and
abuse,
with
many
ending
up
in
shelters
due
to
the
lack
of
available
homes.
Penty’s
campaign
with
PETA
India
seeks
to
alleviate
this
crisis
by
encouraging
potential
pet
owners
to
adopt
instead
of
buy.

PETA
India
highlights
the
issues
with
buying
“pedigree” dogs
from
pet
shops
and
breeders,
noting
the
health
problems
these
dogs
face
due
to
selective
breeding
for
certain
physical
traits.
In
stark
contrast,
Indian
community
dogs
are
praised
for
their
resilience
and
fewer
health
issues.
The
welfare
organization,
which
operates
under
the
motto
“animals
are
not
ours
to
abuse
in
any
way,”
is
also
a
strong
advocate
for
the
sterilization
of
companion
animals.
This
procedure
is
seen
as
a
critical
step
in
reducing
the
number
of
animals
suffering
on
the
streets.

PETA
India
encourages
those
interested
in
making
a
difference
in
the
lives
of
animals
to
consider
adoption
and
sterilization.
By
choosing
to
adopt,
individuals
can
offer
a
loving
home
to
a
pet
in
need
and
contribute
to
solving
the
homeless-animal
crisis
in
India.
For
more
details
on
how
to
help,
PETA
India
invites
everyone
to
visit
their
website
or
follow
their
social
media
platforms.

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