September 25 is “National Lobster Day,” a time to celebrate the clever crustaceans, not eat them.
PETA spays and neuters more than 120 cats and dogs during three-day marathon.
Producing 1 pound of meat pollutes as much as driving 33 miles in the (not so) ‘clean diesel’ VW Golf, PETA points out.
As a Florida county comes closer to banning the sale of commercially bred animals in pet stores, a former Petland employee’s story reminds us how this ban could save …
PETA’s donation of $1 million in high-tech simulators will modernize physician-training programs and spare the lives of thousands of animals.
More city and state officials have given Betty and Bo days off, thanks to the possibility that they may be carrying a contagious disease.
Moby knows there’s no such thing as a non-vegan environmentalist!
Would you consider it humane to let pigs languish with bulging rectal prolapses? Whole Foods seemingly thinks you should.
Just days after PETA exposed cruel blood-spatter experiments in which live pigs were shot in the head, the experiments have been stopped.
This vulnerable skunk was saved from a terrible fate, but many animals who get caught in our litter don’t make it out alive.
In nature, orcas live in close-knit pods, much like humans. Females often stay with their mothers for their entire lives. At SeaWorld, it’s a different story.
Make the mistake of visiting the depressing Miami Seaquarium and you won’t be the only one scarred for life.
Join peta2 for “Hug a Vegan Day” on September 25, and show some love to vegans through social media NOW!
Santa Claus, Unicorns and the Idea of ‘Humane Meat’: Whole Foods Customers Are Being Told Porkies About PorkPosted on September 23, 2015 | Written by
What do Santa Claus, unicorns and “humane meat” have in common? They’re all lovely, feel-good ideas–and they’re all fantasies.
Less than a day after PETA revealed that the University of Georgia was cutting up dogs in crude training drills, the school ends the practice.