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.
The U.K. government is gathering evidence to inform a potential ban on fur imports and sales, and it needs to know your views.
OpulenceMD Beauty is perpetuating violence against animals by selling mink-fur eyelashes—help us stop this!
Urge The Preserve to give the remaining elephants a true retirement at an accredited sanctuary where they could receive expert care and have the freedom to roam, forage, socialize, and play on their own terms.
Petco sells birds, reptiles, fish, and other small animals as if they were inanimate objects like leashes or toys. It’s inhumane, and it must end.
Please politely ask Ocean Township officials to scrap killing for humane control methods—then forward this alert to everyone you know.
A landmark bill would revamp FDA rules requiring deadly animal experiments, allowing faster development of lifesaving treatments. Please urge your Congress member to support it.
Take action today and tell the major remaining health food companies in Taiwan to stop experimenting on and killing animals for marketing food and beverage products.
Kraft is considering making a vegan line of Oscar Mayer meats. Tell the company that you love to buy V-E-G-A-N meats.
It’s time for the school to let PETA give these “pardoned” turkeys the chance to enjoy companionship, fresh air, and sunshine at last.
Experimenters at the University of Illinois were exposing mice to “episodic aggression” to mimic systemic violence experienced by urban African Americans. Not anymore.
Distressing footage reportedly captured recently at a residence in Austin, Texas, appears to show an elderly and evidently disabled dog being viciously attacked by a woman.
Animal agriculture is devastating for animals and the planet. Vegan foods have a far smaller carbon footprint than their animal-derived counterparts.
“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