“No-kill” policies often do more harm than good in ending the cycle of companion-animal homelessness. Find out how we can truly help end this crisis.
Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri knows the sad statistics concerning animals in shelters and understands the importance of adoption.
We will never turn our backs on the animals who need us the most. Here’s why.
Enlisted star Angelique Cabral wants YOU to adopt a homeless dog or cat. See her exclusive PETA interview here.
Instead of focusing on the end result—euthanasia—we need to focus on how so many animals get to this point in the first place.
PETA’s cruelty caseworkers and fieldworkers are on call 24 hours a day to help animals close to home and all over the country.
The following was written by Ingrid E. Newkirk. Some people are suggesting that the solution to dog and cat overpopulation lies with so-called “no-kill” animal shelters. If this were …
Put the blame where it should be: on breeders who continue to churn out puppies and kittens and on negligent and uncaring people who treat their animals as disposable …
For at least three long years, Nigel’s “home” was a dark, waste-filled, and dank garage in Hampton, Virginia. Chained to a wall, the dog was never let out of …
PETA is proud to continue to stand tall and roll up its sleeves to help animals.
When people talk about PETA’s euthanasia statistics, those aren’t just abstract figures to me—my dog was one of those animals. Kodah, aka “Bug,” was technically “taken into custody and …
Euthanasia is not a solution to overpopulation but rather a tragic necessity given the present crisis.
Feral and free-roaming cats are tortured and killed in horrific ways, including by being mutilated, shot, and poisoned.