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Schoolchildren Get a Lesson About Circus Cruelty

Schoolchildren Get a Lesson About Circus Cruelty

Posted on February 26, 2015 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Students learn about what happens to elephants behind the scenes in circuses.

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Llamas Chased Down Busy Street in Sun City, Arizona; PETA Urges USDA Investigation ©iStock.com/naphtalina

Llamas Chased Down Busy Street in Sun City, Arizona; PETA Urges USDA Investigation

Posted on February 26, 2015 | Written by PETA

Llamas were chased down a busy street in Sun City, Arizona .

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Terrorist Threat Prompts PETA’s Vegan Mall Ads

Terrorist Threat Prompts PETA’s Vegan Mall Ads

Posted on February 25, 2015 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Shoppers can protect themselves and others by going vegan.

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How James Cromwell Can Save Vermont From an ‘American Horror Story’ © starmaxinc.com

How James Cromwell Can Save Vermont From an ‘American Horror Story’

Posted on February 25, 2015 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

James Cromwell of “American Horror Story” went to school in Vermont, and now he’s ready to share his knowledge with his former state.

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PETA Study Shows a Staggering Increase in Animal Use in Experiments

PETA Study Shows a Staggering Increase in Animal Use in Experiments

Posted on February 25, 2015 | Written by Paula Moore

They pay lip service to the “3 Rs” (reduce, replace, and refine), but a new PETA study reveals that experimenters are using more animals, not fewer.

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Five Signs of a Stressed or Sick Cat

Five Signs of a Stressed or Sick Cat

Posted on February 25, 2015 | Written by Kimberly Walls

How to read the signs of stress or illness and act fast to help your cat.

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Reality of Wool Industry Deemed Too Graphic for Billboard Legs © iStock.com/zaricm, Head © iStock.com/Angelika Stern

Reality of Wool Industry Deemed Too Graphic for Billboard

Posted on February 25, 2015 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Pulling the wool over consumers’ eyes means sheep suffer.

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Spay Day Turns Into a Snow Day

Spay Day Turns Into a Snow Day

Posted on February 25, 2015 | Written by Alisa Mullins

Dozens of people brave snow and sub-freezing temperatures to attend PETA’s World Spay Day clinic.

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Meet PETA’s Rescue Team and the Animals They Help

Meet PETA’s Rescue Team and the Animals They Help

Posted on February 25, 2015 | Written by PETA

We will never turn our backs on the animals who need us the most. Here’s why.

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Feral Cat Gets Head Stuck in Plastic Six-Pack Ring

Feral Cat Gets Head Stuck in Plastic Six-Pack Ring

Posted on February 24, 2015 | Written by Alisa Mullins

This feral cat’s story illustrates how dangerous discarded plastic and other trash can be.

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Why Are Zoos Sentencing Elephants to Solitary Confinement?

Why Are Zoos Sentencing Elephants to Solitary Confinement?

Posted on February 24, 2015 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Lonely elephants, insane bears, and dejected dogs receive help from PETA.

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Has Anything Changed at SeaWorld Since Trainer Dawn Brancheau’s Death?

Has Anything Changed at SeaWorld Since Trainer Dawn Brancheau’s Death?

Posted on February 24, 2015 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Remembering the lives that were lost at SeaWorld.

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Scientists Push for High-Tech, Humane Nanotechnology Testing Methods © iStock.com/serezniy

Scientists Push for High-Tech, Humane Nanotechnology Testing Methods

Posted on February 24, 2015 | Written by PETA

The PETA International Science Consortium Ltd. organizes a two-day workshop in D.C. to discuss the development of non-animal methods for nanomaterial testing.

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Captivity Bites: SeaWorld Ends Its Public Dolphin-Feeding Program © iStock.com/Donhype

Captivity Bites: SeaWorld Ends Its Public Dolphin-Feeding Program

Posted on February 23, 2015 | Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post

Following multiple biting incidents and PETA’s requests for USDA investigations, SeaWorld Orlando ends its public dolphin-feeding program.

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Experts: Tormenting Baby Monkeys Is Bad Science

Experts: Tormenting Baby Monkeys Is Bad Science

Posted on February 23, 2015 | Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post

Psychologists, other mental-health specialists, physicians, researchers, and primatologists slam NIH’s cruel maternal-deprivation experiments on baby monkeys.

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