Holiday shoppers get some last-minute advice about what to leave off their gift lists.
Vegan footwear and accessories retailer MooShoes takes the #WoolFreeWinter pledge—in a big way.
PETA gets some D.C. landmarks ready for winter in warm, animal-friendly style.
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’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.
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.
Several of the brands featured below have offered rocking discounts for PETA supporters from 12 a.m. on Black Friday (November 28) through 11:59 p.m. on Cyber Monday (December 1).
Please take a few moments to urge BCBG to join Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, and dozens of other companies that have all banned fur and angora.
Is Times Square sexist? The advertising mecca rejects a PETA anti-wool ad featuring a male crotch shot but accepts a female version.
The holiday shopping season is upon us, and many people still don’t know that buying wool supports the torturing and killing of sheep. Please help them!
Don’t get stuck in the cold without a trendy cruelty-free coat. We’ll keep you warm with our long list of PETA-approved layers.
Investigators in Australia and the U.S. found that shearers killed, beat, kicked, and threw terrified sheep.
October 2014 Following a meeting with PETA, AlexandAlexa, a U.K.-based children’s clothing retailer that sells high-end labels worldwide, agreed to stop selling angora. The company put its new commitment …