Urge your members of Congress to reject additional funding for the National Primate Research Centers—which have only produced pain, misery, and death.
Please politely urge Wild Woods to do the right thing by transferring the animals to reputable facilities.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, Asia’s deadly live-animal markets are open for business, creating a living hell for animals and putting humans at risk of the next pandemic.
Please urge Animal Haven to send these animals to real, accredited sanctuaries, where they can finally get the care that they desperately need.
Dozens of Geese Rounded Up in Tennessee Community; Beavers and Groundhogs Next on the Chopping Block!
Trapped animals suffer immensely, often injuring themselves in their frantic attempts to escape.
Please spare a moment to take action and urge Sanofi to join some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies and ban this worthless test.
Please tell Korean Air and EVA Air that the betta fish trade is causing suffering on a massive scale and that they must stop supporting this cruel industry.
Please join PETA in urging Green River officials to remove the shelter’s outdated gas chamber.
There’s an ugly history behind the incongruously named Houston Interactive Aquarium & Animal Preserve—and it’s nothing less than criminal. Take action now!
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.
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!
“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