Certain products continue to be tested on animals even when tests that don’t use live animals are available—and PETA scientists have a plan to change that.
Experimenters are getting the message that tormenting animals in laboratories is cruel and antiquated.
Those who torture animals often go on to harm their fellow humans.
A costumed “pig” delivered a petition with more than 100,000 signatures to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons demanding they stop using pigs in deadly trainings.
Los Angeles city officials and animal-advocacy groups are joining forces to track down the man who was seen beating and killing a small dog.
We can no longer be surprised when captivity ends in death. Harambe is just the latest victim.
137 tigers are being seized and transferred from Thailand’s notorious Tiger Temple, where tigers are beaten, drugged and exploited for profit.
Ringling Bros. employees co-authored a paper published in a leading medical journal, and let’s just say that it has some problems.
There’s nothing cute about exploiting marine mammals.
The death of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo exemplifies the cruelty of captivity.
She hadn’t seen another elephant in years.
After a goat escapes from horrifying “acute cartilage injury” experiments at the University of Iowa, the college is cited for violating federal animal welfare law.
This attendance graph looks like the trajectory of a skydiving jump.
Cages and beatings are routine for ape “actors”—and that’s why we’ll never give up until every great ape is out of show business.
This is not OK.