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Deadly Denny’s

Deadly Denny’s

Posted on October 6, 2007 | Written by PETA

There aren’t many folks in America who don’t at least know there’s controversy surrounding circuses that use animals. So it always surprises me when a company like Denny’s jumps …

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Vivisector of the Week!

Vivisector of the Week!

Posted on October 5, 2007 | Written by PETA

We’ve got a couple of doozies for you this week. These guys are so nasty that they make some of our previous contestants look like lightweights—amateur torturers. Mere Igors …

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Help Save Tina and Jewel

Help Save Tina and Jewel

Posted on October 5, 2007 | Written by PETA

Update: There was a great investigative report on this issue that was on KHOU-TV this week. Check it out here. Our Captive Animals department has been working overtime on …

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Help Us Out, K-Fed

Help Us Out, K-Fed

Posted on October 5, 2007 | Written by PETA

When historians finally compile the collected correspondence of Ingrid Newkirk, Britney Spears, and Kevin Federline into a bound, faux-leather 3-volume set, this one’s going to be one of the …

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Michael Vick PSA?

Michael Vick PSA?

Posted on October 4, 2007 | Written by PETA

Update: Click here to read PETA President Ingrid Newkirk’s Op-Ed in The Virginian Pilot about why PETA brought Vick into the office. Contrary to recent news reports, there is …

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Vanderbilt “Scientist” Caught Butchering Conscious Monkeys

Vanderbilt “Scientist” Caught Butchering Conscious Monkeys

Posted on October 4, 2007 | Written by PETA

In 2006, a whistleblower at Vanderbilt University tipped PETA off to reports that a Vanderbilt experimenter named Jeffrey D. Schall was performing brain surgery on unanesthetized macaque monkeys. The …

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Deflocked, by Jeff Corriveau

Deflocked, by Jeff Corriveau

Posted on October 4, 2007 | Written by PETA

It’s high time for a little Deflocked, if you ask me. For some context, this one refers to ongoing concerns in the animal protection community about the disastrous effects …

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PETA Europe Protests Fur During Paris Fashion Week

PETA Europe Protests Fur During Paris Fashion Week

Posted on October 4, 2007 | Written by PETA

Rawr!

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What Do YOU Want to do With Pam Anderson’s Uggs?

What Do YOU Want to do With Pam Anderson’s Uggs?

Posted on October 3, 2007 | Written by PETA

Remember what Pam Anderson said a few months ago about the whole Uggs craze? “I feel so guilty for that craze being started around Baywatch days – I used …

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Vick at the Office, Part 2

Vick at the Office, Part 2

Posted on October 3, 2007 | Written by PETA

Well to be fair, this is more of a Part 1-revisited, so if you totally understood the story the first time, feel free to browse through the archives (maybe …

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Sheep Factory Farms ©iStock.com/Jamesbowyer

Sheep Factory Farms

Posted on October 3, 2007 | Written by PETA

It’s not like we need another reason to boycott the Australian wool industry, what with mulesing and live export and all that already. But as if those things aren’t …

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Michael Vick Comes to PETA

Michael Vick Comes to PETA

Posted on October 2, 2007 | Written by PETA

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One Lettuce Lady’s Intimate Plea to the Texas Governor

One Lettuce Lady’s Intimate Plea to the Texas Governor

Posted on October 2, 2007 | Written by PETA

Following Houston’s decision to ban Alicia Silverstone’s sexy pro-vegetarianism PSA, one PETA Lettuce Lady took it upon herself to make a personal plea to Texas Governor Rick Perry to …

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PETA’s Most Wanted

PETA’s Most Wanted

Posted on October 2, 2007 | Written by PETA

I just saw this great story from Time Out New York about which Big Apple residents are currently in our crosshairs. Some, like Ringling, won’t be much of a …

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Craigslist Is on Our S**t List

Craigslist Is on Our S**t List

Posted on October 1, 2007 | Written by PETA

If you’re looking for a good time, or maybe just an entertainment center, Craigslist is usually a great place to start. But there’s a really worrying side to the …

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