Reportedly injured and suffering animals at a sleazy roadside zoo may now get the help that they need after a shocked visitor came forward.
Eyewitnesses report sick, injured, and dying animals left to suffer at a California hellhole marketing itself as a “sanctuary.”
The public killing of Marius the Girrafe at Copenhagen Zoo on Sunday prompted PETA Germany to send its own message to the zoo’s managers.
Following a PETA complaint, the Cherokee Bear Zoo has been cited and fined for multiple violations of federal laws.
The Surabaya Zoo is a virtual hell on Earth for animals, with 50 deaths believed to have occurred there in just the last three months.
The notoriously awful Jambbas Ranch has been hit with a fine and license suspension after failing animals for years.
Exhibitors haul vulnerable animals around to make money while flouting federal animal-protection laws.
Citing years of violations of animal-protection laws, PETA urges North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission to revoke Jambbas Ranch Tours’ wildlife licenses.
PETA sends an urgent complaint to the USDA after receiving heartbreaking photos of a white tiger imprisoned at the notorious Cherokee Bear Zoo.
When threatened gopher tortoises turn up at a miserable roadside menagerie with no record of how they got there, PETA swings into action to protect the species.
Two menageries are shamelessly seeking permission to breed more animal “inventory.”
Two Cherokee tribal elders make an important move to help free bears imprisoned in “concrete graves.”
The label “sanctuary” doesn’t guarantee that the animals are not abused, as one PETA Foundation staffer found out.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service tells the roadside zoo that because it isn’t taking care of the endangered animals it already has, it can’t breed any more.