Screen legend Doris Day, who died earlier this week, has been remembered by PETA for her work with animals.

“Doris Day was a silver screen and singing legend, but PETA will always remember her for her most important role: animal champion,” said PETA in a statement. “She personally rescued, fostered, and found loving homes for hundreds of animals; founded an organization to stop animal homelessness through spaying and neutering; and formed the Doris Day Animal League, which joined PETA in opposing cruel chemical tests on animals. Day was a warm, kind, generous person, and she will be missed by all of us here at PETA.”

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