The announcement was heard by all passengers, who received leaflets on the treatment of transported monkeys. Many Air France fliers, including crew members, had questions for the activists.
New experiments at the Meat Animal Research Center have been put on hold as the USDA and Congress continue to critique the cruel laboratory.
A tattoo can be a creative, eye-catching way to display your passion for animal rights. However, some tattoo inks are actually made with animal products. Nonvegan varieties may contain …
Thanks to a generous grant, PETA will be plastering buses and bus stops surrounding NIH’s Bethesda headquarters with ads blasting cruel experiments on baby monkeys.
Celebrities from every genre of entertainment have partnered with PETA to spread the important message of spaying and neutering companion animals.
Please urge your members of Congress to join their colleagues and take steps to end NIH’s cruel experiments.
PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk explains why 2014 was a great year for animals.
The campaign to get NIH to end these experiments is gaining steam, and it looks like the new year is bringing new hope for the monkeys imprisoned at NIH.
What do you do when companies refuse to listen and continue supporting and engaging in acts of cruelty to animals?
December 2014 Citronella bug sprays were scheduled to be phased out in Canada by the end of 2014 unless manufacturers provided Health Canada with additional safety data derived from …
It’s no surprise that people who abuse animals for a living want to be invisible. But right has triumphed again.
PETA is calling on Air France to join every other major airline in the world in permanently banning the shipment of primates to laboratories.
The Norwegian Animal Research Authority has, for the first time, rejected an application by the Norwegian Armed Forces to injure and kill animals in archaic trauma training exercises.
PETA is proud to announce that biotech startup Emulate is our 2014 Company of the Year.
Millions of animals are being hurt and killed in laboratories, and tens of thousands won’t get so much as an aspirin for their pain.