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Which 2016 Grammy Nominees Love Animals? © iStock.com/Kursad

Which 2016 Grammy Nominees Love Animals?

Posted on February 12, 2016 | Written by PETA

PETA’s musical friends come from all genres, and this year, four of them are nominated for Grammy Awards!

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It’s Valentine’s Day: Rise to the Occasion

It’s Valentine’s Day: Rise to the Occasion

Posted on February 12, 2016 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

This isn’t the time to let your partner down with a bad restaurant, no gift, or a bummer in the bedroom.

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Priests in England Want Catholics to Cut Back on Meat for Lent © iStock.com/CelesteQuest

Priests in England Want Catholics to Cut Back on Meat for Lent

Posted on February 12, 2016 | Written by Angela Henderson

Following Pope Francis’ lead, priests in Reading, England, have asked Catholics to reduce their carbon footprint by reducing meat consumption for Lent.

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Report Shows That Chicken Producers Pollute Our Water More Than Big Oil Co. © iStock.com/suriyasilsaksom

Report Shows That Chicken Producers Pollute Our Water More Than Big Oil Co.

Posted on February 12, 2016 | Written by Heather Moore

An Environment America report indicates that Tyson Foods and other big chicken producers have dumped more pollution into U.S. waterways than ExxonMobil.

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Roadside Zoo Has Grandiose Name, Grotesque Abuse © iStock.com/markrhiggins

Roadside Zoo Has Grandiose Name, Grotesque Abuse

Posted on February 12, 2016 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Animals in these depressing roadside zoos struggle to make it through each and every day.

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Congress Requires NIH to Rethink Primate Experiments

Congress Requires NIH to Rethink Primate Experiments

Posted on February 12, 2016 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

The federal spending package mandates the first-ever scrutiny of experiments on primates, and members of Congress are holding NIH to it.

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Vegan Strips Make a Comeback at Strip Club–Turned–Homeless Shelter Aneesh Sankarankutty

Vegan Strips Make a Comeback at Strip Club–Turned–Homeless Shelter

Posted on February 11, 2016 | Written by PETA

Families at the Stark Street Building in Portland, Oregon, will receive healthy, humane snacks from PETA.

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As Zika Cases Mount, Monkey Farms Pose Even Greater Danger

As Zika Cases Mount, Monkey Farms Pose Even Greater Danger

Posted on February 11, 2016 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

As the number of Zika virus cases increases in Florida, PETA is warning the state’s surgeon general about the massive monkey-breeding facilities there.

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6 Reasons Why Christians Should Give Up Cruelty and Go Vegan for Lent © iStock.com/locke_rd

6 Reasons Why Christians Should Give Up Cruelty and Go Vegan for Lent

Posted on February 10, 2016 | Written by PETA

Many Christians already give up eating meat, eggs and milk for Lent, which makes it the perfect time to celebrate life and go vegan.

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Freestyle Over to the First Slope-Side All-Vegetarian Restaurant

Freestyle Over to the First Slope-Side All-Vegetarian Restaurant

Posted on February 10, 2016 | Written by PETA

Whistler Blackcomb grabs a PETA Proggy Award for making it easy for skiers to be kind to animals.

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Victory! Genesco Confirms End of Angora Sales © iStock.com/maten

Victory! Genesco Confirms End of Angora Sales

Posted on February 10, 2016 | Written by PETA

Retail giant Genesco—the parent company to well-known brands such as Dockers, Johnston & Murphy, and Journeys—has joined over 110 top brands in banning angora wool.

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Gideon Raff of ‘Homeland’ Talks to Congress About Humane Military Training

Gideon Raff of ‘Homeland’ Talks to Congress About Humane Military Training

Posted on February 10, 2016 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

Emmy Award–winning Homeland executive producer and combat vet Gideon Raff shows Congress how simulators can replace animals in military medical training.

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Video: Could This Robot Save Millions of Animals From Deaths in Laboratories? © iStock.com/GlobalP

Video: Could This Robot Save Millions of Animals From Deaths in Laboratories?

Posted on February 9, 2016 | Written by Angela Henderson

You’re going to want to see this.

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PETA Asks Match.com to Do More to Connect Animal-Friendly Singles

PETA Asks Match.com to Do More to Connect Animal-Friendly Singles

Posted on February 9, 2016 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

PETA wants to help animal-friendly singles meet up—with an idea that works even better than just hanging out at the dog park, hoping.

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Why Is Everybody Wearing Orange? © iStock.com/gbrundin

Why Is Everybody Wearing Orange?

Posted on February 8, 2016 | Written by Alisa Mullins

An innovative initiative involving PETA and 11 other animal shelters raises awareness of animal homelessness.

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