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Boss ‘Hires’ New ‘Staff’

Boss ‘Hires’ New ‘Staff’

Posted on November 19, 2014 | Written by Alisa Mullins

The dog who had the worst flea infestation we’ve ever seen is now living the high life in New York City.

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Washington Can’t Ignore This Elephant in the Room Photo by Leigh Vogel

Washington Can’t Ignore This Elephant in the Room

Posted on November 19, 2014 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

See what happens when PETA’s “elephant” takes over Capitol Hill.

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Who’s Thanking Sam Simon Now? A Gay Bull Saved From Slaughter © iStock.com/BuddyFly

Who’s Thanking Sam Simon Now? A Gay Bull Saved From Slaughter

Posted on November 18, 2014 | Written by PETA

Preventing what he calls a “double tragedy,” Sam Simon steps in to buy a bull named Benjy, who was sentenced to slaughter because he was gay.

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PETA Asks Officials to Investigate SeaWorld Veterinarian

PETA Asks Officials to Investigate SeaWorld Veterinarian

Posted on November 18, 2014 | Written by Heather Moore

PETA has asked officials to investigate a top SeaWorld veterinarian who made a false and misleading claim about the health of the animals at SeaWorld.

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‘Youth’ Hunting: Bad for Animals, Bad for Kids ©iStock.com/nkbimages

‘Youth’ Hunting: Bad for Animals, Bad for Kids

Posted on November 18, 2014 | Written by Tracy Reiman

A PETA mom asks the obvious question: Why are we teaching kids to kill?

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Other Animals Have Their Own ‘911’ Code © iStock.com/jgareri

Other Animals Have Their Own ‘911’ Code

Posted on November 17, 2014 | Written by Kimberly Walls

As The Beatles famously said, we all get by with a little help from our friends—including friends of different species.

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Next? 4 Texas Cities Pull Welcome Mat on Liebel

Next? 4 Texas Cities Pull Welcome Mat on Liebel

Posted on November 17, 2014 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Nosey wasn’t scheduled for a mini-break, but find out why she got one.

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PETA Has Come to Minecraft!

PETA Has Come to Minecraft!

Posted on November 15, 2014 | Written by Joel Bartlett

Animal-loving Minecraft builders, your wish has been granted! PETA is launching an animal utopia on the popular Minecraft system.

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To BCBG or Not to BCBG? That Is the Question © iStock.com/maten

To BCBG or Not to BCBG? That Is the Question

Posted on November 14, 2014 | Written by Alisa Mullins

If the folks at BCBG Max Azria thought no one would notice that they are still selling fur and angora wool from China, this action proved them wrong.

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Hyundai Steers Away From SeaWorld © iStock.com/sad444

Hyundai Steers Away From SeaWorld

Posted on November 14, 2014 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Hyundai Motor America is the latest company to sever its ties with SeaWorld.

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Boy Saves Chickens Today; Tomorrow, the World?

Boy Saves Chickens Today; Tomorrow, the World?

Posted on November 14, 2014 | Written by PETA

It’s looking bleak for two chickens purchased for a family’s dinner—until one family member is inspired by a PETA India protest.

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UPDATE: Bob Barker Asks NYC Mayor to Rein in Carriages

Posted on November 14, 2014 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Why has Bob Barker stopped visiting Central Park?

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The NIH Director Wasn’t Expecting This

The NIH Director Wasn’t Expecting This

Posted on November 13, 2014 | Written by Lindsay Pollard-Post

PETA disrupts NIH director’s speech and tells his peers that the agency tears newborn monkeys away from their mothers to terrorize them intentionally.

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CONSUMER ALERT: Don’t Be Fooled by Butterball’s ‘Humane’ Label © iStock.com/rhammbone

CONSUMER ALERT: Don’t Be Fooled by Butterball’s ‘Humane’ Label

Posted on November 13, 2014 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

PETA has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission over misleading claims that are likely influencing consumers.

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Victory! U.S. Military Saves Countless Animals’ Lives

Victory! U.S. Military Saves Countless Animals’ Lives

Posted on November 12, 2014 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

In a PETA victory more than 30 years in the making, the U.S. military agrees to use simulators in many medical trainings.

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