USA soccer player Tim Howard shows animals some love—and some ink.
Decrepit roadside menagerie cited by feds after former employee comes forward with allegations of neglect.
Nearly 50 of the visitors at SeaWorld San Diego got a taste of how the park’s captive animals live.
As of today, cosmetics companies in China will have the option not to test their products on animals.
A gruesome discovery in a Tennessee barn has provided yet another example of how animals suffer and die when shelters become desperate to avoid euthanasia.
The death of a Georgia toddler in a hot car prompts PETA to try to prevent more tragedies.
In our weekly celebrity news round-up, NYC carriage drivers are under the Gunn, Billy Joel refuses to tickle the ivories, and a Vivienne Westwood show goes to the hogs.
A “monkey” takes over first-class during Air France’s launch of its new luxury cabins.
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Before his rescue, the elephant was abused and in isolation. Now he has friends of his own species, gets coconuts for treats, and splashes around in a natural pond!
Despite sizable offers to buy a long-suffering steer and send him to a sanctuary, his owner still plans to slaughter him because that was the “original plan.”
It was called “the bloodiest of businesses,” and now it is closed.
SeaWorld’s nightly fireworks displays bombard animals who have no way to escape the onslaught.
Facebook says that our photo didn’t follow its “community standards.” Did we go too far? You decide.
The animal rights history of the iconic B-52s song may surprise you.