PETA gets some D.C. landmarks ready for winter in warm, animal-friendly style.
A deeply disturbing PETA Asia undercover investigation reveals that dogs are bludgeoned and killed so that their skin can be turned into leather accessories.
If you knew where wool came from, would you still wear it?
There are only 10 days left until Christmas. If you haven’t worked your way onto Santa’s “nice” list yet, PETA has a solution.
PETA sheds some light on why fur is cruel outside BCBG’s Georgetown store.
Go ahead. Ask me what time it is.
San Diego Chargers’ Brandon Flowers chooses “ink, not mink” in an exclusive interview and ad for PETA.
Stay warm and cozy all winter long with these stylish wool-free winter scarves from retailers such as H&M, Ann Taylor LOFT, and ASOS.
The French retailer is the latest to take a stand for rabbits.
December 2014 Lacoste made the compassionate decision to ban angora wool products from its inventory.
PETA’s “sheep” hoofed it to stores across the country on Black Friday to hand out some EWESful sheep-shaped stress balls and ask shoppers for a favor.
December 2014 After hearing from PETA supporters, online retailer Boohoo made the compassionate decision to ban all angora items from its collection.
December 2014 The Kasper Group, which sells clothing to Macy’s and Dillard’s as well as in its own 47 stores, banned angora after hearing from PETA.
If you think it’s “just a haircut,” prepare to be floored.
In a blog posted on her website, The Kind Life, Alicia Silverstone urges her fans to join her in making this a #WoolFreeWinter.