Dolphins, sharks, and now sea turtles—people are torturing ocean animals for pictures of themselves.
Medical groups representing hundreds of thousands of doctors and physicians-in-training have endorsed humane legislation.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is engaged in a deadly game of “pay to play”—and Rep. Brendan Boyle is saying “enough.”
Have you ever stopped to think about where those clothes and accessories really came from—or WHO they came from?
Hermit crabs can live for decades in their natural habitat, but at Brelean, hundreds of dead crabs were found every day.
Watch what happens when a canine brother and sister see each other for the first time after their rescue one year ago.
Local landowners take Hendry County to court over primate-breeding facilities that abuse animals and potentially endanger public health.
D.C. commuters were in for a surprise this morning.
Ogilvy & Mather took home the prestigious awards for its “Behind the Leather” campaign for PETA.
Thirty-five groups in China have banded together to ask others to stop buying dogs during the Yulin festival, saying it will hurt more dogs in the long run.
For animals forced to perform for human entertainment, Bob Barker says the price is always too high.
Following an undercover investigation by PETA, the Bowmanville Zoo says it will will close its doors.
Some veterinary programs require students to perform painful, unnecessary procedures on live animals—but one company is working to change that.
It’s a happy ending for Esmeralda and many other animals, thanks to PETA’s help.
The belugas who were captured shouldn’t be left to languish in small tanks.