No other U.S. automaker uses animals in crash tests anymore. Ford said it wouldn’t, either—but the company recently funded a barbaric test using pigs. Take action.
Speak up today and urge Spring River Zoo to close its concrete pits and cramped cages and allow the animals to be transferred to reputable facilities.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is considering proposed rules CR-101 and CR-102 to allow majestic black bears to be slaughtered once again in the spring. © iStock.com/KeithBinns Black bears are especially vulnerable in the spring, when they are desperately searching for food after a long hibernation and mothers are caring for cubs,… Read more »
Please take a moment to send a polite message letting these companies know that until they stop supporting SeaWorld, you won’t support them.
Help us urge Bacha Coffee to stop funding cruelty to civet cats by ending its sale of kopi luwak today.
Please contact your U.S. representative today and ask him or her to sign on to H.R. 3277.
Please, contact Wegmans and Harris Teeter today to tell them that there’s nothing “humane” about meat from Plainville Farms or any other company.
This disgraced animal exhibitor illegally exploits animals for bogus photo shoots.
Instead of subsidizing the meat, egg, and dairy industries, the government should give incentives to grocers in food deserts to stock healthy vegan foods.
Please urge Gloria and the city council to close the beach at La Jolla Cove during sea lion pupping season and to improve security at the location to prevent sea lion harassment and abuse.
Join PETA in urging the owner of Murdochs, James Little, to do the right thing by not selling live animals at his store. Then share this alert with everyone you know!
Please ask Franzen to stop forcing animals to perform and to send them to reputable sanctuaries instead.
Rumors are swirling about the video game characters who may appear on the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster next. Will they include PETA’s mascot “Not a Nugget”?
The U.S. military has replied to PETA’s letter about recent reports that dogs—including working dogs, animal companions of evacuated Americans, and rescued animals—were left in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of U.S. forces. A spokesperson for the U.S. Army sent us this response: I can report that the U.S. military did not leave any dogs in… Read more »
“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