Eva Mendes goes behind the scenes at the international fur trade and exposes the cruelty involved in killing animals for their fur.
In 2009, concerned citizens alerted PETA to cruel conditions for chickens and cows at a Canadian monastery’s factory farm.
Ringling zebra incidents caught on tape.
Police in Cape Town, South Africa conducted a gruesome ‘cleansing’ ceremony where a goat was dragged to the ground, had his throat sawn open and was left to bleed …
Actor James Cromwell speaks out for millions of smart, sensitive “Babes” who are forced to live in filthy pens on factory farms until they are prodded and kicked to …
Sick and diseased pigs are frequently found on pig farms, and breeding sows are kept in gestation crates that drive them insane from lack of mental stimulation.
Chickens raised for their flesh suffer from are kept in filthy, crowded conditions, suffering from chronic health problems as a result.
An undercover investigator revealed horrifying conditions at Wright State University’s lab. The USDA fined the university $25,000 and the scabies experiments on dogs were stopped.
PETA investigators reveal why experts condemned deafness experiments on kittens at Boys Town National Research Hospital.
Former supervisor for U.S. Global Exotics Ari Flagle—who now works for the Fort Worth Zoo—shakes tiny frogs out of a 2-liter soda bot
For years, PETA has been fielding serious complaints alleging cruelty and terrible neglect at this so-called “no-kill” facility.
Homeless dogs in Taiwan suffer severe abuses, including dehydration, overcrowding, filthy living conditions, malnutrition, and rough handling by untrained workers.
Footage filmed by a Fred Meyer customer shows small birds stuck to glue traps tied around ceiling pipes. The company enacted a nationwide ban on the use of glue …
For six months, a PETA undercover investigator worked in a lab where beagles were force-fed Oxycontin, a drug that had been on the market for decades.
PETA’s undercover investigation of Double D Bar Ranch in New York found deplorable conditions, illness, and death.