Alaska’s grueling Iditarod dog-sled race has killed more than 150 dogs on the trail and innumerable others in the off-season. Tell GCI to stop sponsoring it now.
Using other primates to address human health concerns is a failed paradigm. It’s time for NIH to cut its losses and close down all the NPRCs.
PETA and our German affiliate have fired off a letter to Germany’s defense minister calling for an end to using animals in trauma training drills. Will you add your voice to ours by taking action?
Don’t sleep on “Seaspiracy”! Host a watch party that’ll have your invitees ditching fish and going vegan faster than you can ask, “What is ‘bycatch’?”
Urge the U.S. Marines, the U.S. Department of Defense, and the Thai Ministry of Defence to eliminate the use of live animals in Cobra Gold exercises.
Words matter. Using demeaning terms to define animals influences the ways in which we think about and treat them.
Find out why PETA calls Waccatee “the worst roadside zoo in America” and how actor Minka Kelly is trying to help the animals suffering there.
Stick it to the meat industry by telling people to leave chickens off their shopping list with PETA’s peel-off chicken flesh tray stickers.
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Alpaca, wool, cashmere, mohair, leather, and down—all are produced with extreme violence and fear. Join the campaign to rid Urban Outfitters of these cruel materials!
Urge abusement park owners to retire Lolita, Wikie, Inouk, Moana, and Keijo to a seaside sanctuary!
Trust us: When you discover just how cruel elephant rides are, you’ll cut them from your travel bucket list.
There’s an ugly history behind the incongruously named Houston Interactive Aquarium & Animal Preserve—and it’s nothing less than criminal. Take action now!
The city of San Diego reportedly plans to allow an Independence Day fireworks display to be held at Ellen Browning Scripps Park in La Jolla.
Please join PETA in contacting the owners of Bargain Beachwear, Sam and Joshua Laniado, and asking them to do the right thing by not selling live animals at their stores.
Not only is the practice of using chimpanzees in commercials cruel, it’s also become taboo in the advertising industry. Yet Suburban Auto Group continues to promote its “Trunk Monkey” commercials.
Tell Virginia Tech to stop exploiting dogs in its laboratories and trainings, beginning with a reevaluation of its relationship with supplier Envigo.