From alligators violently killed for designer leather products to savage military training exercises on pigs, PETA’s most shocking investigations of 2015 opened minds and changed hearts.
Cows, geese, rabbits, sheep, reptiles, and dogs all suffer and die for gloves. Wash your hands clean of cruelty and discover ways to help these animals now.
Each year, people kill millions of animals for gaudy fashion. What if the tables were turned? Sia and PETA share a haunting ad that targets the violent fashion trade.
Whether an elephant or a snake, no animal deserves to be killed for fashion. Tell Gilt to stop selling all exotic skins.
Pop sensation Sia has teamed up with PETA for a riveting computer-generated public service announcement (PSA) that involves a fashion show in which animals model body parts of people. The …
A new PETA billboard has just debuted in Miami, timed to coincide with the International Watch and Jewelry Guild show.
What’s scarier than real-life skeletons? The leather, fur, wool, and down industries.
Three animals skinned for one bag is three too many for Joss Stone. She shops cruelty-free and thinks you should, too.
Cruelty to alligators and crocodiles prompts retailer to adopt policy change.
Melissa McCarthy’s new clothing line is made for women of all pant sizes and just one heart size.
When animals’ body parts are used for mass production, to be turned into wool coats or leather boots, cruelty will always be part of the process.
Stock purchase will allow PETA to push for an end to exotic-skins sales from inside the corporation.
Model and singer Jane Birkin, the inspiration behind Hermès’ Birkin bag, has publicly asked that the “luxury” bag be renamed.
This is how more than 50 million people learned how alligators and crocodiles are raised and killed for “luxury” Hermès products like Birkin bags.