Smithfield Foods’ pig-truck accident left 180 to 200 animals suffocating, trapped, and screaming for almost four hours.
The truck, loaded with 185 pigs bound for a Smithfield slaughterhouse, tipped over on a straight road. The crash scene was littered with injured pigs.
Animals’ Angels documents the filthy, cramped, and deadly conditions endured by animals who are shipped from Australia to the Middle East for slaughter.
Compassionate Consumers, a Rochester, New York-based animal advocacy group, captures footage inside an egg factory farm owned by the Wegmans grocery chain.
A 2008 investigation reveals violence and cruelty at turkey factory farms in West Virginia. The footage was shot at “the world’s leading poultry breeding company.”
When the 2007 Fattest Cities in America were announced and 4 of the top 10 were in Texas, PETA’s Lettuce Ladies created a plan to help the state lose …
Animal rights activist bares almost all and speaks up for animals by showing people that all animals have the same parts and by asking people to have a heart …
Fish on aquafarms spend their entire lives in cramped, filthy enclosures, and many suffer from parasitic infections, diseases, and debilitating injuries.
Footage courtesy of Animal Liberation Israel shows sheep raised for kosher meat being slaughtered.
Ever feel like your elected representatives are a bunch of vegetables? Well, now they are!
The Lettuce Ladies are on a mission to spread the word about the benefits of a vegetarian diet. Check out this behind-the-scenes look at their fun and sexy photo …
Veggie Love was banned from the Super Bowl XLIII broadcast because it was deemed too hot for TV! See more of Casey, one of the video’s stars.
“Veggie Love” was banned from the Super Bowl XLIII broadcast because it was deemed too hot for TV! See more of Bernicia, one of the video’s stars.
In November 2009, PETA went undercover at Wild Creations, the supplier for Brookstone’s Frog-O-Spheres. PETA’s investigator documented rampant neglect and mishandling of frogs.
Undercover investigation reveals that clients—desperate to save their beloved dogs—paid thousands for doomed procedu