PETA’s straw-delivery volunteers thought they’d seen everything—until now.
We will never turn our backs on the animals who need us the most. Here’s why.
When a fire broke out at an Oakland, California, residence, a family rushed to safety. But one family member was left behind: a dog trapped inside a tiny carrier.
Grab a tissue—these rescue stories are so touching.
You’d probably throw away old mattresses or exercise equipment, but such castoffs are the only things standing between these dogs and the next snowstorm.
Not only is confining a dog to a crate for hours (or days) at a time cruel, it can also be deadly.
A throng of caged “dogs” reminds Westminster attendees that when they breed and buy purebreds, dogs in shelters lose their chance at finding a home—and a life.
From delivering doghouses to alleviating suffering to putting the brakes on animal births, it was a banner month for PETA’s fieldworkers and mobile clinics.
He locked a puppy up and left him to die. Now he’s getting locked up.
With a couple facing charges for caging a child, PETA plans to place a billboard reminding people that no one—child or dog—belongs in a crate.
Following disturbing scenes of abuse, PETA is urging a “Teen Mom 2” star to give her dogs a chance at a better life.
A year after PETA volunteers made a gruesome discovery while out delivering straw bedding, a judge has sentenced a man for cruelty to animals.
It was one of those stories that was so appalling that people had to share it. A PETA supporter learned from someone at her workplace about a couple who …