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Animal Experimentation

Multibillion-Dollar Food-Industry Giant PepsiCo Pledges to End Animal Tests

July 2007 For more than a year, PETA worked with PepsiCo–the parent company of brands like Pepsi-Cola, Frito-Lay, Tropicana, Quaker Oats, and Gatorade–to convince the corporation and its partners to …

Beverage Leader Coca-Cola Drops Animal Tests

July 2007 Coca-Cola had a history of conducting invasive and deadly animal experiments–including cutting open chimpanzees’ faces in order to conduct taste tests and force-feeding chemicals to rats to test …

National Research Council: Animal Testing Is Deeply Flawed

Of course, they could have just asked us. But this recent finding by the US National Research Council is very good news for animals suffering in laboratories. According to …

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Layla Kayleigh’s ‘Animal Testing Breaks Hearts’ Photo Shoot

Go behind the scenes at Layla Kayleigh’s peta2 photo shoot and find out why she is speaking out against animal testing.

Suicide Girls: Animal Testing Breaks Hearts

These punk pinups know how to party, but they also know how to live a cruelty-free lifestyle.

Animal Testing Breaks Hearts

Check out our video to see which of your favorite bands think that “animal testing breaks hearts.”

Coca-Cola Stops Animal Tests

Just weeks after Pepsi announced that it would stop testing on animals, Coca-Cola has sent a letter to PETA announcing that it will no longer fund or conduct animal …

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Dry Cleaners Refuses Fur and Leather

I’m not sure how many people heard about the “Compassionate Business” Award that PETA gave Mark Mayes, owner of Monte Carlo Cleaners in Scottsdale, AZ, last week, so I …

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New “Test Tube” Cancer Model Could Reduce Animal Testing

Have you heard about this? It’s a pretty amazing story out of the UK about researchers at Queen Mary’s School of Medicine in London, who developed a unique three-dimensional …

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PepsiCo Stops All Animal Tests!

Embarrassing as it is to get scooped by the peta2 blog on a story, this news is way too exciting to pass up. After negotiations with PETA, PepsiCo (the …

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California Finds a Way to Be Nasty to Kangaroos

First of all, Happy third day of Be Kind to Animals week! I hope your week has been as jam-packed with compassion for animals as mine has (mental note: …

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Why Heather Stopped Giving to March of Dimes

Many of you will be familiar with PETA’s “March of Crimes” Campaign, which was launched a number of years ago to promote a simple message: Harming animals, whatever your …

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Covance Pays PETA Europe $290,000!

It’s not going to bankrupt Covance—torturing animals in experiments is big business—but this is a big black eye for them, and it’s a vindication of PETA Europe’s work to …

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Fast for Felix

Joan Court is 88 years old, and she’s been working on behalf of animals for a very long time. Yesterday in Oxford, she made another powerful statement for animals …

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Make Your Own KFC Sign!

Finally. This project has been in the works for longer than I care to admit, and it’s incredibly exciting for me to see the beautiful, beautiful final product. A …

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