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After Woman Shoots at McDonald’s Over Bacon, PETA Has a Plan to Help © Susan Riley Photography

After Woman Shoots at McDonald’s Over Bacon, PETA Has a Plan to Help

Posted on April 24, 2015 | Written by PETA

Having the bacon left off her burger was enough to prompt a Michigan woman to fire a handgun at a McDonald’s drive-through. PETA has a plan to help curb …

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400 Fish Poisoned at Aquarium, PETA Calls for Robotic Replacements iStock.com/©stevenallan

400 Fish Poisoned at Aquarium, PETA Calls for Robotic Replacements

Posted on April 23, 2015 | Written by PETA

Even the largest tank cannot mimic a river or ocean and so cannot offer the kind of vast, open environment that fish need.

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Victory! Mattel Orders SeaWorld Trainer Barbie Out of the Pool

Posted on April 23, 2015 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

Mattel does right by orcas and kids.

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Selfless Orangutans, Thankful Crows, and Cavorting Crocodiles

Posted on April 23, 2015 | Written by Kimberly Walls

Animals will give their food to others in need, express gratitude with gifts, and even give each other rides for fun. So why do we still exploit them?

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Disturbing Pig Farm Murders Prompt PETA to Place ‘Go Vegan’ Billboard

Posted on April 22, 2015 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

After a pig farmer was convicted of killing and dismembering two workers and feeding their bodies to pigs, PETA hopes to make something good come from tragedy.

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What Should You Eat on Earth Day? ©iStock.com/Funwithfood

What Should You Eat on Earth Day?

Posted on April 21, 2015 | Written by Ingrid Newkirk

Make Earth Day your ‘birth’ day: go vegan.

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Wisconsin’s Own Lawmakers Refuse to Let UW Hide Cruel Experiments

Wisconsin’s Own Lawmakers Refuse to Let UW Hide Cruel Experiments

Posted on April 20, 2015 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

UW threw a Hail Mary to try to get the records of its cruel experiments exempted from open-records laws. It failed.

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Animal Deaths and Disrepair Uncovered at New SeaWorld CEO’s Past Parks

Animal Deaths and Disrepair Uncovered at New SeaWorld CEO’s Past Parks

Posted on April 20, 2015 | Written by PETA

SeaWorld’s attempt at a fresh start with new CEO Joel Manby doesn’t seem so fresh after all.

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Victory! San Juan Gives Horse-Drawn Carriages the Boot

Posted on April 20, 2015 | Written by PETA

Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto signed an executive order banning the use of horse-drawn carriages anywhere in the Puerto Rican capital.

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One Experimenter’s Story:  I Hurt Animals Paul Gazda "We Are Sorry"

One Experimenter’s Story: I Hurt Animals

Posted on April 20, 2015 | Written by PETA

What does it feel like to work in a laboratory?

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From Abandoned to Adored, Neglected Dog Swoons Over New Family

From Abandoned to Adored, Neglected Dog Swoons Over New Family

Posted on April 20, 2015 | Written by Alisa Mullins

A rescued dog’s first glimpse of his new guardian will warm your heart right down to the cockles.

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Victory! The Just Group Stops Selling Angora © iStock.com/maten

Victory! The Just Group Stops Selling Angora

Posted on April 20, 2015 | Written by PETA

Countless rabbits will now be spared thanks to PETA supporters around the world.

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Protesters Descend on Georgia Home of New SeaWorld CEO

Protesters Descend on Georgia Home of New SeaWorld CEO

Posted on April 18, 2015 | Written by PETA

SeaWorld’s new CEO, Joel Manby—and his family and neighbors—got a wake-up call on Saturday morning, courtesy of PETA.

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Gorilla at Zoo Breaks Glass, Charges Towards Family © iStock.com/guentergini

Gorilla at Zoo Breaks Glass, Charges Towards Family

Posted on April 17, 2015 | Written by PETA

The incident could have quickly turned deadly for animals and humans.

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Revelations of More Monkey Deaths at Harvard Prompt Call for Cruelty Charges ©iStock.com/webguzs

Revelations of More Monkey Deaths at Harvard Prompt Call for Cruelty Charges

Posted on April 17, 2015 | Written by PETA

PETA wants Massachusetts authorities to act on deaths of dehydrated squirrel monkeys- a violation of state cruelty law.

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