Try to imagine standing chained in a railroad boxcar for more than 30 hours straight.
A zoo visitor leaves a little bit of herself behind, plus other animals-in-entertainment news.
This tiny dynamo isn’t even in fourth grade yet, but she’s already making waves for captive marine mammals around the world.
Some “rescues” are far from what they claim to be. Beware of hoarders, scammers, bunchers, dealers, and others posing as “rescuers” who are victimizing animals.
A group of “Neanderthals” gives D.C. tourists some advice on ushering in the (N)ice Age.
What do you do when a company flat out lies about its actions? You continue to tell the truth, keep pushing, and hope that it decides to do the …
The American Veterinary Medical Association has revised its policy on declawing to emphasize the seriousness of the surgery, referring to it as an “amputation” for the first time.
Students in India will never be forced to choose between enrolling in science courses and staying true to their moral beliefs against cruelty to animals again.
Exhibitor Joel Slaven has a long history of violating the Animal Welfare Act, including at all three SeaWorld facilities.
This World Elephant Day, we’re honoring the elephants who have found freedom and fighting for those who have not.
Even though it seems obvious that she’s in pain, the UniverSoul Circus apparently forced a lame elephant to perform.
Most of the kittens born this summer won’t even survive six months.
With a couple facing charges for caging a child, PETA plans to place a billboard reminding people that no one—child or dog—belongs in a crate.
Thursday’s stock report showed that shares had dropped by another 2.19 percent, bringing the price to $26.83, the lowest that it has ever been.
After suffering from an inflammation in his lungs, Bingo, a male orca, died this week.