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Victory! Abuser Denied Permission to Get More Animals © iStock.com/markrhiggins

Victory! Abuser Denied Permission to Get More Animals

Posted on July 2, 2015 | Written by PETA

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service sides with PETA.

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Celebrate Summer With PETA’s Grillin’ Without Killin’ Apron

Celebrate Summer With PETA’s Grillin’ Without Killin’ Apron

Posted on July 2, 2015 | Written by PETA

It’s time to get outside, enjoy the sunny weather, and fire up the grill for some tasty vegan barbeque!

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There’s a World of Hurt in Every ‘Luxury’ Watchband and Birkin Bag

There’s a World of Hurt in Every ‘Luxury’ Watchband and Birkin Bag

Posted on July 1, 2015 | Written by Alisa Mullins

Shoppers got an eyeful when a PETA “reptile” lay in a pool of “blood” outside Hermès boutiques in New York and Los Angeles.

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California Horse Racing Board Imposes U.S.’ Strictest Whip Regulation Photo by Liss Ralston

California Horse Racing Board Imposes U.S.’ Strictest Whip Regulation

Posted on July 1, 2015 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

The California Horse Racing Board has implemented the strictest whip regulation in the country.

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7 Other Animals Circuses Hurt

7 Other Animals Circuses Hurt

Posted on July 1, 2015 | Written by PETA

Everyone gets angry when they see elephants in the circus, but what about these animals?

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Video: Watch This Injured Puppy’s Miraculous Transformation

Video: Watch This Injured Puppy’s Miraculous Transformation

Posted on July 1, 2015 | Written by Alisa Mullins

Joey’s injured leg was useless after he was mauled by another dog—but just look at him now!

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James Cromwell Leads Vigil for Jailed Foie Gras Whistleblower

James Cromwell Leads Vigil for Jailed Foie Gras Whistleblower

Posted on June 30, 2015 | Written by PETA

PETA, Syracuse Animal Rights Organization, and a giant “goose” show support for activist Amber Canavan.

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U.S. Department of Labor Sues Race Horse Trainer Steve Asmussen After PETA Investigation

U.S. Department of Labor Sues Race Horse Trainer Steve Asmussen After PETA Investigation

Posted on June 29, 2015 | Written by PETA

The U.S. Department of Labor is suing Steve Asmussen for violations of federal law.

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Florida Congress Members Want Investigation of Primate Products, Inc.

Florida Congress Members Want Investigation of Primate Products, Inc.

Posted on June 29, 2015 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

Members of Congress are going after Primate Products, Inc., where it hurts—in the bank account.

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New Lawsuit Could Determine Chicken Slaughter in California Is Illegal © iStock.com/imagedepotpro

New Lawsuit Could Determine Chicken Slaughter in California Is Illegal

Posted on June 29, 2015 | Written by PETA

Electrical stunning, which leaves an estimated one-third of chickens conscious while their throats are slit, may violate state law.

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Does Dissection Teach Kids to ‘Devalue Life’? © iStock.com/Smalldebibishop

Does Dissection Teach Kids to ‘Devalue Life’?

Posted on June 29, 2015 | Written by Paula Moore

Noting controversial video footage showing students in Oklahoma dancing with cat corpses, Miami–Dade County schools have banned cat dissections.

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She Went Home to Die—and Then Something Amazing Happened

She Went Home to Die—and Then Something Amazing Happened

Posted on June 29, 2015 | Written by Alisa Mullins

The vet gave Soupster six months to live, but she had other plans.

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Morrissey’s Answer to Rationalizations About Eating Meat ©StarMaxInc.com

Morrissey’s Answer to Rationalizations About Eating Meat

Posted on June 26, 2015 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

Even people who say they object to animal suffering are quite adept at finding ways to rationalize eating meat. And Morrissey is quite adept at refuting them.

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Why This University of Kentucky Grad Is Happy to See UK Lose © iStock.com/Arpad Benedek

Why This University of Kentucky Grad Is Happy to See UK Lose

Posted on June 26, 2015 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

I have fond memories of the University of Kentucky, and I’ll always cheer for the Cats. But my alma mater just took a loss that I’m happy about.

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Officer: ‘The Poor Dog Did Not Make It’ © iStock.com/Birkholz

Officer: ‘The Poor Dog Did Not Make It’

Posted on June 26, 2015 | Written by Alisa Mullins

Hot weather can be deadly, especially for dogs who are penned or chained outside.

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