PETA has been alerted to the proposed rezoning of land along W. Arkansas Highway 12 in Highfill, Arkansas, which we’re told is a well-established nesting area for bald eagles. We urged town officials to deny permits that would allow billion-dollar development company D.R. Horton to bulldoze and build on this land, but we haven’t received… Read more »
From suffocation to violence, explore the dark world of frog-leg production that PETA Asia exposed. Take action for a kinder future.
Will Liberty Media stop supporting the deadly Iditarod race? Chained PETA supporters encased their feet in cement during the latest protest. Find out what you can do to help.
Urge Ace Hardware to stop selling live frogs immediately!
Update (November 27, 2023): Unfortunately, decisionmakers at Oglebay Resort apparently decided to move forward with the deer slaughter, despite our best efforts to persuade them to consider humane alternatives. Please continue to contact Oglebay’s management asking that they do better in the future and that they discourage the feeding of deer and any other wildlife… Read more »
Urge The Dolphin Company—the owner of the Miami Seaquarium—to release the remaining dolphins at the facility to a seaside sanctuary.
Good news! The U.S. Army ended its cruel experiment on ferrets after hearing from PETA—but dogs, cats, monkeys, and other animals still need your help.
Please tell Sports San Diego that there is nothing sporting about confining orcas and other marine animals to tiny concrete tanks!
Here’s how Rudolph and his reindeer friends live when they aren’t being paraded around during Christmas events. Read this before interacting with reindeer.
The National Institute of Mental Health has a mind-boggling approach to finding cures for humans—and it involves killing animals. Spoiler alert: It’s not working.
Help all the animals imprisoned by SeaWorld today by asking the company to establish a firm and rapid plan to release them into sanctuaries.
“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