Join PETA’s First Responders team and help save animals with just one word—or even one letter. All you need is a mobile phone.
In 1906, the Bronx Zoo put a pygmy named Ota Benga in a cage. It ended as badly as you would imagine.
Let your friends know if their household products were tested on animals or not. Slap on a sticker and take the guesswork out of it for them!
Can you imagine spending your entire life trapped on a chain? Your loose change can make a big change for dogs who are tethered 24/7!
Now’s your chance to find out.
Small animals were deprived of basic care, terrorized by cats, and gassed en masse in a cooler at a supplier to PetSmart and Petco. Act Now!
Rabbits and puppies and bears, oh my! With a little help from PETA, these resilient animals have overcome great suffering and now lead happy, healthy lives.
Lolita the orca goes from a concrete tank to a concrete wall … and we’re happy about it.
Chimpanzees are highly social animals, but Tootie, Louie, and Joe are in solitary confinement. Help get them to reputable sanctuaries!
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.
If you aren’t down with birds being force-fed, plucked, and slaughtered, then encourage the world to go down-free with these steps.
You’ll never look at sushi the same way again after learning about how ingenious octopuses are.
Metta World Peace is back with the Lakers, and not only is his defense on the court dazzling, he’s also a champion animal defender.
Former SeaWorld trainer John Hargrove has been exposing the abusement parks’ abuse of animals and deceit of patrons, making him a hero—and a prime target.
U.S. Congressperson Lucille Roybal-Allard is a voice for those whose voices often go unnoticed.