Historic Win for Horses! Budweiser Is the King of Tears No Longer, Thanks to PETA

Budweiser has been brewing up a backlash all summer. But PETA is raising a toast to the beer brand after it agreed to stop amputating the tailbones of its iconic Clydesdales.

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Harvard’s Most Secretive Society Just Caught the Feds’ Attention

Harvard’s motto may emphasize “truth,” but it’s keeping secrets from the public while swimming in NIH cash.

What’s It Like to Raid a Lab? Now You Can Find Out—as a Rabbit

Animal rescues, evil robots, rad rabbits, and more: PETA’s new action-packed game, Bunny Raiders, is available on PS4 and PS5 and free to play now.

Help Needed for Animals in Laboratories!

Right now, experimenters are poisoning and cutting open dogs, cats, monkeys, rabbits, and other animals. Your MATCHED gift today will help put an end to their misery.

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Here’s What 35 Celebs Want You to Know

To honor the important contributions of Latine people to the animal rights movement, PETA’s naming 35 celebs who are smashing speciesism for Hispanic Heritage Month.

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Labs Are Going Rogue: Why Your Life May Be at Risk

PETA wants the World Health Organization to throw a wrench into the monkey-experimentation pipeline—before it’s too late.

Updates From Ukraine: How Did Graf Find the Hope to Walk Again?

Don’t miss how PETA-supported teams in Ukraine saved the lives of Charik, Graf, and many others when all hope seemed lost. Then find out how you can help animals like them!

PETA Wins! UniverSoul Finally Stops Jumping Through Hoops and Makes a Major Move

How did PETA get a notoriously cruel circus to end its decades-long record of featuring live-animal acts? Let’s keep the victories coming by urging Shrine circuses to go animal-free, too.

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Join PETA’s Action Team to hear about protests, events, and volunteer opportunities in your area. You’ll also get tips and ideas to help you advocate for animals.

Will Taxpayers’ Hard-Earned Money Soon Be Safe From Overseas Crooks?

The U.S. government pays foreign labs to addict dogs to opioids, feed mice booze, and cause strokes in monkeys. This landmark legislation can stop all that.

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Why Planning a Canadian ‘ThanksVegan’ Is as Easy as (Vegan) Pumpkin Pie

Prep your vegan menu and learn where to buy all your holiday favorites with PETA’s ultimate guide to hosting a Canadian “ThanksVegan.”

Want to Help Stop Tests on Animals? This Is PETA’s Plan to Update Laboratory Research

Our scientists have a plan to phase out animal tests and improve research for human health. See our Research Modernization Deal here.

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What Opportunaty to Swap Statues Is PETA Urging for ‘Fish Amnesty Day’?

Shellebrate fish and other sea life by cultivating empathy and never eating them. Also, find out PETA’s fintastic idea to replace a California Fisherman statue.

What PETA Stands For


I am you, only different.

Human beings create temporary and arbitrary boundaries to exclude beings who aren’t like them. Human beings have justified wars, slavery, sexual violence, and military conquests through the mistaken belief that those who are “different” do not experience suffering and are not worthy of moral consideration.


Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

We are taught the Golden Rule as young children, and all major religions teach principles of nonviolence and kindness. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Ethical treatment—the Golden Rule—must be extended to all living beings: reptiles, mammals, fish, insects, birds, amphibians, and crustaceans.


Animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way.

All beings desire freedom to live a natural life, according to their inherent desires and instincts. While the lives of all beings necessarily involve some amount of suffering, human beings must stop deliberately inflicting suffering on all beings for our own selfish desires. We lose nothing in replacing a cheeseburger with a veggie burger or a leather purse with a fabric one. But beings we exploit lose their lives just for our fleeting fancy.


We are all animals.

We believe all beings deserve liberty and respect not because they share the characteristics we admire in ourselves but because they are living beings. We share the same evolutionary origins, we inhabit the same Earth, and we are ruled by the same laws of nature. We are all the same.

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50 Things SeaWorld Has Done Since Corky's Capture 50 Years Ago

In many cases, a 50th anniversary is cause for celebration. For Corky the orca, however, five decades of captivity is no reason to party.

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Think Before You Drink: The Scary Way a University Is Trying to Boost Dairy Sales

Why is the world’s largest producer of MSG bankrolling dairy experiments at the University of Illinois?

Animals Aren’t the Only Ones Disregarded by Shriners—Who Else Is Harmed?

Shriners International—which has about 200 local chapters across the U.S.—is stuck in the dark ages.

Have Experience With Lions, Tigers, and Bears (Oh My!)? Then We Have a Job for You!

We’ve rescued big cats from Tiger King hellholes, stopped circuses from exporting endangered animals for their shows, and more. Will you be a part of our next big victory?

Now on Audible: ‘Free the Animals’ Special Edition

VIDEO: Is H&M Downright Deceptive?

A PETA Asia investigation reveals ducks’ agonizing deaths to make Responsible Down Standard–certified down for suppliers of GAP Inc., Guess, H&M, and others.

Extra! Extra! PETA Posted This Message All Over Canada—and It Could Save a Life

The U.S. has slammed the brakes on this deadly industry, but in Canada, business is barreling ahead. See how PETA’s taking action—and how you can help.

Six Small Businesses Your Whole Family Will Love

Shopping small brands is a great way to support everyday people. Check out some of our faves, which make products that are kind to animals and awesome for kids.

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See Why UMass Students Were Shocked on the First Day of School

Don’t miss how PETA took over a UMass campus to expose menopause experiments on animals.

Calling All College Students: Get Paid to Lead the Charge Against Speciesism  

Want to take your activism up a notch and save animals like it’s your job? If you’re between 18 to 25 and enrolled in a college program, you can apply to become a campus rep for Students Opposing Speciesism. 

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The Victims They Didn’t Show in Netflix’s Painkiller

A six-month PETA investigation reveals what dogs force-fed opioids have gone through—and are still enduring. Learn what you can do to help.

Is Budweiser Back on the Drink Menu? Hear How PETA Achieved Our Latest Win

Budweiser had brewed up a backlash all summer, but now you can crack open a cold one and listen in to find out how PETA helped achieve this victory for Clydesdales.

Why Hollywood’s Top Horror Villains Belong in Elisabeth Murray’s Lab

NIH tried to keep PETA—and you—from learning about Beamish, a monkey imprisoned in the National Institutes of Health’s Maryland laboratory.

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“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind