USA soccer player Tim Howard shows animals some love—and some ink.
Whether you go for high-tech and sporty or old-school cool, eco-friendly, no-cow golf shoes will help you improve your game from the ground up.
PETA U.K.’s celebrity liaison, Meg Mathews, creates accessories that are as stylish as they are eco- and animal-friendly.
June 2014 After talks with PETA at Quiksilver’s headquarters, the surf and snowboard company confirmed that it won’t sell any more items containing angora wool.
Can you step into the life of an animal for just one minute?
After a PETA rep spoke at Gap’s annual meeting, the retail giant’s CEO made a compassionate commitment.
May 2014 After extensive talks and an appearance at Gap Inc.’s annual meeting, PETA convinced the worldwide retailer to ban angora sales for good and to remove the remaining …
Chances are good that the list of top companies that have banned angora wool reads a lot like the list of labels in your closet.
“Insider” host Keltie Knight bares her soul—and everything else—to save animals.
May 2014 After being contacted by PETA, Century 21 made the compassionate decision to ban angora wool.
Major retailer Perry Ellis officially banned the sale of angora products after a revealing undercover investigation showed the torturous practices that are standard on angora farms.
Global retailer Ann Inc. banned the use of angora in its brands, including Ann Taylor and LOFT, after extensive talks with PETA!
After talks with PETA, Huntington Surf and Sport made the compassionate decision to join dozens of other companies in banning the sale of angora products!
Following talks with PETA, major online retailer Zappos agreed to ban the sale of angora on its website permanently!