When zoos, circuses, and other animal exhibitors flout the law, we take action.
Hippos aren’t native to Spain, so why was one wandering the streets of a Spanish town?
Ringling Bros. is no longer forcing animals to perform. Now let’s get lions, tigers, and other animals out of the circus, too.
Further proof that crowds don’t want to see elephants, tigers, and other animals abused for cheap thrills
Ask Nasdaq to make the compassionate decision not to promote companies, such as UniverSoul, that are founded on abuse, captivity, and exploitation.
Urge mall management to get with the times and refuse to support UniverSoul.
Actor Jason Biggs enjoys the life and freedoms of a human performer—but what would it look like if he; his wife, Jenny; and other entertainers were treated like animals …
Circusgoers didn’t expect to see some “wild animals” outside the UniverSoul Circus.
Experts estimate that 18 percent of elephants in the U.S. have this deadly disease—but zoos and circuses don’t want you to know about it.
If you’re thinking about swimming with dolphins or riding elephants on your next getaway, read this first.
Two venues say no to elephant acts after hearing from PETA.
Royalties from the band’s classic hit “Whip It” will help launch PETA’s campaign to get lions and tigers out of circuses.
SeaWorld recently admitted to sending spies to infiltrate PETA. But it’s not the only animal-abusing corporation that has resorted to underhanded tactics.
PETA’s #LiveAtRingling tweets highlight all the ways that ALL animals—not just elephants—suffer in Ringling and other circus shows.
And “retirement” at an abusive Ringling-owned breeding farm doesn’t count.