PETA wants Massachusetts authorities to act on deaths of dehydrated squirrel monkeys- a violation of state cruelty law.
PETA’s poignant collaboration with artist Solus reminds Dubliners of the thousands of victims of Ireland’s fur farms.
Whether it’s based on race, gender, sexual orientation, or species, prejudice is morally unacceptable. If you wouldn’t eat a dog, why eat a pig?
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has voted unanimously in favor of banning all performances by wild and exotic animals.
- A Shocking Look Inside Chinese Fur Farms
- It's His Walk | A Short Starring Molly Shannon and Mike White
- Official "Glass Walls" Video by Paul McCartney
- 'Stolen for Fashion' Starring Pink and Ricky Gervais
- The Secret Cost of Wool
- Kate del Castillo: Fiercely Defend Your Animals
- Let's Go Save Some Dogs: PETA's Fieldworkers
- Jim Morris Vegan Bodybuilder Interview
- Meet Your Meat
- Who Cares About Mice and Rats?
With a stockpile of seal pelts that didn’t sell, one major pelt processor announces it won’t buy seal pelts this year.
The famed astrophysicist and host of National Geographic's “StarTalk” discusses the human-animal connection from a scientific standpoint in his chat with PETA.
Just like elephants, big cats suffer when they are tormented and abused by circuses. The only difference is, for lions and tigers, there is no end in sight.
With Joel Manby taking over as SeaWorld’s new CEO today, PETA sent him a letter urging him to take the park in a new direction.
Once a prisoner at a grim roadside zoo, chimpanzee Iris finally finds peace at a Florida sanctuary.
Experimenters are starting to move away from the use of animals in tobacco toxicity tests and instead embrace humane methods.
PETA in Action
Happy as a pig in sunshine
Bull Run is out of California
Coco's Stunning Transformation
From Barely Living to Living Like Bears
Justice for Justice
Camel in Critical Condition Gets a New Home
Rabbit Rescued From Dinner Table
Jake's Extreme Makeover
CSULB Cuts Ties With SeaWorld
Squirrel Reintroduced Into the Wild