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Why Do These Cows Have Holes Drilled Into Their Sides?

Posted on May 26, 2016 | Written by Angela Henderson

This is not OK.

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60 Percent of Orca Deaths at SeaWorld May Result From Infection

60 Percent of Orca Deaths at SeaWorld May Result From Infection

Posted on May 26, 2016 | Written by Angela Henderson

The orcas aren’t dying from old age at SeaWorld.

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Drop the Flyswatter: Insects Are Conscious © iStock.com/Sarawuth123

Drop the Flyswatter: Insects Are Conscious

Posted on May 25, 2016 | Written by Paula Moore

A new study suggesting that insects are conscious shows why we should always err on the side of compassion.

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Captive Dolphins Need a Full, Rich Social Life © iStock.com/Donhype

Captive Dolphins Need a Full, Rich Social Life

Posted on May 25, 2016 | Written by PETA

Drs. Ingrid Visser and Denise Herzing explore the world of these deeply intellectual and social animals and explain why life in a tank will never be enough.

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Cat Miraculously Survives Blow-Dart Shot to the Face

Cat Miraculously Survives Blow-Dart Shot to the Face

Posted on May 25, 2016 | Written by Danny Prater

We’re offering up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible.

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Leather’s Grisly Secret: See How PETA Asia Made Shoppers’ Jaws Drop

Leather’s Grisly Secret: See How PETA Asia Made Shoppers’ Jaws Drop

Posted on May 24, 2016 | Written by Craig Shapiro

Shoppers in Bangkok came for the merchandise. They left knowing about the suffering that goes into clothing and accessories made of exotic skins.

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Why Was This Compassionate Shareholder Barred From Prada’s Annual Meeting?

Why Was This Compassionate Shareholder Barred From Prada’s Annual Meeting?

Posted on May 24, 2016 | Written by PETA

Outside the meeting, protesters posed with life-size model ostriches. Inside, one shareholder was barred from using their voice to demand that Prada ditch exotic skins.

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You’ll Flip for Pancake

You’ll Flip for Pancake

Posted on May 24, 2016 | Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post

If you like cats the way you like your flapjacks—sweet, irresistible, and, well, “fluffy”—you’ll flip for Pancake.

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What? Indy 500 to Celebrate 100th Race and Taking Babies From Their Moms

What? Indy 500 to Celebrate 100th Race and Taking Babies From Their Moms

Posted on May 24, 2016 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

The Indy 500 race will celebrate 100 years by tearing babies away from their mothers. Not because the moms are bad—it’s not personal. It’s just a business deal.

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Chicago Fire Department Nabs Award For Rescuing Dog Stuck in Bathtub

Chicago Fire Department Nabs Award For Rescuing Dog Stuck in Bathtub

Posted on May 23, 2016 | Written by PETA

After PETA alerted them to the Chihuahua’s plight, the 16-person crew sprang into action.

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New Law Will Spare Thousands of Animals the Agony of Cruel Chemical Tests © iStock.com/Ericx

New Law Will Spare Thousands of Animals the Agony of Cruel Chemical Tests

Posted on May 23, 2016 | Written by Craig Shapiro

This lifesaving legislation will modernize chemical toxicity testing requirements, saving thousands of animals and better protecting humans.

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Zoo Officials Reportedly Shot Two Lions After Naked Man Leapt Into Cage

Zoo Officials Reportedly Shot Two Lions After Naked Man Leapt Into Cage

Posted on May 23, 2016 | Written by Danny Prater

Two lions are dead and a man is in critical condition after a potential suicide attempt unfolds in a Chilean Zoo.

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Gods in Shackles: How Elephants Go From Their Forests to Our Chains Courtesy of Sangita Iyer, Gods in Shackles

Gods in Shackles: How Elephants Go From Their Forests to Our Chains

Posted on May 23, 2016 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

Behind the fancy costumes and fanfare, the captive-elephant entertainment industry is fueled by greed, power, and murder.

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Blood on the Tracks: Two Horses Die on Preakness Day © iStock.com/Roberto A Sanchez

Blood on the Tracks: Two Horses Die on Preakness Day

Posted on May 21, 2016 | Written by PETA

These horses are just two of an estimated 24 who experience fatal breakdowns at tracks across the country every week. You can help stop this!

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Feds Slap Santa Cruz Biotech With Largest Fine in USDA History © iStock.com/mordalez

Feds Slap Santa Cruz Biotech With Largest Fine in USDA History

Posted on May 20, 2016 | Written by PETA

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported that the facility must pay a $3.5 million penalty and stop using animals to make antibodies.

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