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Victory! FDA Shuts Down Additional Animal Testing Request

ucdavis / CC This is an awesome year for many reasons (have you seen our slideshow?), and a great one has to be today’s victory over cruel animal tests! …

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Announcing PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Soldiers!

When we first announced our plan to find the “Sexiest Vegetarian Soldier,” we meant to end up with just one winner. But how could we come up with just …

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PETA’s Two-Point Plan for the Presidential Transition Team

wired / CC President-elect Barack Obama has promised Americans a “21st century government”—one that we at PETA feel needs to address animal welfare. The growing concern for how we …

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Progress at Ross University!

When we were first alerted to the atrocities that were being committed in the name of education at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts, we sprung …

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PETA Liberates Mice and Rats at Taiwan Universities!

abc / CC It’s a good day for mice and rats in the Republic of China (aka Taiwan)! Thanks to a whistleblower, PETA’s Laboratory Investigations Department got a tip …

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We (Heart) Dr. Izzy Stevens

Katherine Heigl wearing our “Have a PETA Day” T-shirt OK, if you’re like me, you cancel all your plans, shut off your cell phone, lock your door, and glue …

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Our Halloween Treat for You

Happy Halloween, animal lovers! I hope you all took our costume advice this year. I’m planning to see tons of Trollsens and Colonels wandering the streets tonight in search …

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Update: Desert Tortoise Relocation Plans Halted Because of High Death Toll

Click the photo to view the slideshow at LAWeekly.comCredit: C.R. Stecyk III As promised, we have an update regarding the relocation of endangered desert tortoises, which army officials began …

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Compassionate Action Award for Compassionate Athletes

In honor of Halloween (and our peta2 zombie protesters), let me start this out by saying, “Braaaaaains!” Good—now that I’ve got that out of my system, we can talk …

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Monkey Business at Yale

Four monkey-masked PETA members paid Yale a little visit yesterday in honor of National Primate Liberation Week.     As motorists passed underneath the banner-wielding monkeys, they were reminded …

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Call Her CutOut Dissection.com

She may have a funny name, but she’s no classroom cut-up. Just in time for Cut Out Dissection Month (October), PETA intern Jennifer Thornburg has officially changed her name …

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Vivisector of the Month Presents the Frankenscience Award

Michael B. Hennessycarleton / CC With Halloween this month and scary B movies certain to flood theatres (and the U.S. Postal Service via Netflix), we’re going to honor October’s …

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It’s a Tortoise Battlefield

The war in Iraq may be thousands of miles away and across one good-sized ocean, but there’s another scuffle going on over desert lands that are closer to home. …

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Doggie Deep Throat

In 2007, PETA received a call from a whistleblower who tipped us off to a Cleveland lab, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation (CCF), that performed a fatal brain surgery on …

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Goodbye, ‘Mr. Clean’

Sad news—House Peters Jr., the man we all know and love as Mr. Clean, passed away yesterday at the respectable age of 92. I pretty much love the character …

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