For years, PETA scientists have been proving that animal experiments are abusive, unreliable, and wasteful and cost both animal and human lives.
The military’s policy requires using life-like human simulators instead of animals for combat trauma training when possible. PETA’s pushing for more progress.
You may have noticed that today in the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, there was a chimpanzee handcuffed by strips of film.
PETA’s eyewitness investigation into Primate Products, Inc., revealed widespread abuse, and for many monkeys, that’s only the beginning.
“One worker began diving on the tightly packed piglets, as though at a children’s ball pit.”
The American Humane Association has long been criticized for its cozy relationship with animal trainers, and now it’s under fire again.
“Nobody can claim they didn’t know this was happening—the exporters knew, the department knew and the minister knew.”
One look at Ariel’s legs and you immediately feel sorry for her. But she doesn’t want your pity—she wants you to scratch her ears.
Here’s how to keep your canine companions safe and your coworkers happy.
It may be the end of the line for Cole Bros. Circus.
No one deserves to be a victim of gun violence, no matter his or her race, gender, sexual orientation, or species.
Go see ‘Finding Dory’ … and steer clear of aquariums.
Once again, an animal’s blood is on the hands of the zoo industry.
Animals deserve better than circus abuse.
There are plenty of opportunities for fathers and their children to bond that don’t involve killing animals.