He didn’t understand how to swim in a tank because he was never meant to live there.
PETA’s efforts to persuade the National Institutes of Health to embrace modern, humane research are resulting in significant progress.
What does the fox say? That no animal wants to die for fashion.
Israel makes positive strides to combat the most egregious cruelty to animals in slaughterhouses.
Following pleas from Dr. Jane Goodall, James Cromwell, and Bob Barker, Congress calls for an ethical review of NIH’s cruel baby-monkey experiments.
Thousands of minks and scores of foxes were kept in filthy, wire cages until they were slaughtered—all so that their fur could be turned into clothing.
PETA urges organizers to ban the cruel decapitation of nonnative Burmese pythons and stop offering cash prizes to those who kill snakes.
PETA gives Groupon some spot-on advice.
The journalist and author stepped up to help PETA shutter Primate Products, Inc., and its cruel ilk.
Instead of forcing lame, ailing elephants to be hauled around the country in dark boxcars until 2018, Ringling Bros. is ending elephant acts this spring.
2015 was the best year ever for PETA’s low- and no-cost mobile spay/neuter clinics, which sterilized a record number of animals.
Try some of the delicious vegan jerky that was given out at Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
A kitten who was dyed purple and apparently used as a live chew toy has found help, but countless other abused animals need a safe place to go.
In the midst of chilly air and chillier sentiments, PETA delivers some hot vegan food to law enforcement officials, Native Americans, and other people involved in the stand-off.
The U.S. government just awarded a $100 million contract to laboratories for radiation experiments on animals. You can help stop them.