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PETA entities are working to help Asian palm civet cats who are confined and fed excessive amounts of coffee berries in order to make kopi luwak coffee.
An insider reports that injured chicks were left to suffer at Wayne Farms. Find out how to help the billions of animals killed for food in the U.S. each year.
First-of-Its-Kind PETA Video: Workers Tear Live Animals Apart, Throw Them Away in Florida’s Stone Crab Industry
PETA’s video reveals the cruelest catch—fishers tear the claws off live stone crabs and throw them back into the water to die. Take action now!
Roast duck and down pillows start at places like Maple Leaf Farms. PETA’s blowing the lid off the “humane meat” industry one undercover investigation at a time.
Tell General Mills that vegan Lucky Charms would be magically delicious and hugely popular.
An insider reports ducks were “gang raped” and bloodied in crowded, dank sheds at Culver Duck Farms. Ask the farm’s customers to take action now to help spare these birds!
Cows are not steaks or pairs of shoes. They’re living beings, just like us. Speak up for them today!
This Super Bowl Sunday, chickens are fighting back. See why you should join them with PETA’s “Fight the Bite” campaign.
Let the AVMA know that killing animals by VSD is never acceptable and to ask that it not allow such killing methods in the future!
A company in Spain is planning to open the world’s first intensive farm for octopuses to raise these intelligent, sensitive animals, only so they can be slaughtered for their flesh or eaten alive. Take action now.
The Thai coconut milk industry harms and exploits terrified monkeys for coconut products, and 99 Ranch Market is complicit. Help end this!
As the pandemic, which scientists believe originated in a wet market, rages on, PETA India reveals that wet markets are still illegally killing and selling wildlife and dogs for meat.
“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