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Step Away From the Snakeskin

Wrongdoers, watch out—wearing animals’ skins and fur is a total (and literal) rip-off, but PETA, as always, is on the case! October has been declared Crime Prevention Month by …

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PETA Sues State Fair Over Free Speech

Update 2: Following a successful stint at the Kansas State Fair—during which people were able to watch video footage of factory farms—PETA has voluntarily dismissed its free-speech lawsuit against …

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PETA’s Wedding Gift to Anne Hathaway

Did Anne Hathaway purposefully schedule her wedding just before World Farm Animals Day? It’s possible, since the committed animal advocate celebrated her nuptials with a vegan feast. To commemorate …

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Thinking Inside the Box About Leather

What do you say to a naked, bloody lady in a shoebox? How about “Hi”? No, that’s not a joke. It’s what Midwesterners must have been asking themselves as …

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Chickens Aren’t Gay at Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A, the house of the homophobic waffle fries, wants homosexual people just to accept not having equal rights and chickens just to accept having their throats slashed and being …

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Chicken Crashes Chick-fil-A’s Party

We’ve all seen the awesome YouTube videos of cows who were being lovey-dovey with dogs, cats, and all sorts of other animals. So it’s not surprising that a cow …

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Senator Confronts Cheese Maker Over Cruelty

On Dairy Day in Albany—when dairy industry representatives flood the New York capitol—State Sen. Tony Avella, a friend to animals and member of the Agriculture Committee, joined PETA in …

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Top 10 Reasons Cows Are Mad

With the discovery of mad cow disease in a cow from a California dairy farm and in potentially more cows as the U.S. Department of Agriculture searches for her …

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Where Are Mad Cow’s Offspring, Mother, and Siblings?

After happening upon a case of mad cow disease at a California rendering plant during its testing of less than 0.5 percent of cows, the U.S Department of Agriculture …

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Schools Display Mutilated Cows as Cheap Thrill

It shouldn’t happen to intelligent, sensitive cows, but it does: With holes cut into their sides, they are used as sideshow-like attractions to lure children and prospective students to …

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PETA Takes On California’s Mad Cow Scare

As a result of the latest case of mad cow disease on a dairy farm, PETA is placing a billboard near the Hanford, California, testing facility that found the …

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Drink Beer & Other Fun Ways to Save the Earth

Today marks the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day. To celebrate, PETA presents the top 10 surprising ways that helping save the planet saves animals, too: 10) Reduce companion animal …

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Beef Barons Fall for PETA Prank

We know the beef industry isn’t averse to a little sleight of hand (pink slime, anyone?). So, you would think the cowpokes could take a good-natured April Fools’ Day …

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Dehorning: Dairy’s Dark Secret

Dehorning is an extremely traumatic and painful mutilation. Learn more about the issue and what you can do to help cows used by the dairy industry.


Cloris Leachman Takes On ‘Ag Gag’

Last year, PETA and other animal advocates successfully defeated “ag gag” bills in Florida, New York, Minnesota, and Iowa. Now, another “ag gag” bill that would make it illegal …

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