A yr after being free of a dog-breeding hellhole, Mabel the beagle resides the life she at all times deserved.
She spent about seven years imprisoned in a laboratory-supplying breeding jail owned and operated by Envigo. After PETA’s undercover investigation uncovered struggling, neglect, and depressing confinement on the facility, Mabel—together with practically 4,000 different beagles—was lastly liberated.
Mabel was one of many oldest beagles to outlive the systemic neglect—and due to PETA’s shelter, her life appears to be like very totally different now.
For Natalie, the PETA worker who adopted her, it was love at first sight. These days, Mabel is sort of inseparable from her doting household, whether or not they’re going for a stroll…
…splashing round on the seashore…
…or getting a chew to eat.
Mabel additionally enjoys heaps of consideration and one-on-one time at house.
She even accompanies Natalie to PETA’s headquarters—the Sam Simon Heart in Norfolk, Virginia—the place she’s showered with affection and wholesome treats from different adoring workers.
Right here’s Mabel on the PETA workplace once more, cheering on our hardworking employees members as they assist different people similar to her:
Within the security of a loving house and group, she will be able to now do the issues canine get pleasure from probably the most, like occurring adventures, making new associates, and naturally, entering into mischief.
Mabel is handled as each canine needs to be now that she will get the love, consideration, and respect she at all times deserved.
Mabel’s Former Jail Has Closed Down—however You Can Assist Different Canine Like Her
Whereas we have a good time Mabel’s one-year anniversary of freedom from a breeding operation—and the truth that no beagle will undergo there ever once more—numerous different animals are nonetheless confined to laboratory suppliers’ cages. They want your assist.
Take motion for 1,000 monkeys who have been allegedly imported illegally for use in experiments: