May 30, 2018
Daphna Nachminovich, PETA's Sr.VP of Cruelty Investigations also runs PETA's spay/neuter program and the Community Animal Project which focuses on saving chained dogs forced to live outside. She talks with host Emil Guillermo about CAP and the hundreds of animals the program saves each year. Many of the animals are placed in PETA's shelter, often called "the shelter of last resort." Unlike No-Kill shelters with waiting lists, no animals are turned away from PETA's shelter in Norfolk, Virginia.
If an animal is in imminent danger, please contact your local police department immediately. If your local police department is unresponsive, call PETA immediately—day or night—at 757-622-7382, option 2. Or you may contact PETA by filling out our "Report Cruelty to Animals form."
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