You can help Bosco and the other animals! Urge Pymatuning to close its doors permanently.
Urge Fowler Township police and city officials to ditch cruelty and instead promote a message of mercy and compassion.
Missing Legs, Bloodied Faces, Stick Beatings—Tell Alligator Adventure to End the Violence to Alligators!
Urge Alligator Adventure to provide these animals with a stress-free environment that promotes their physical and social welfare!
Urge the New York City Housing Authority to rescue the cat before they starve to death inside an air conditioning duct.
Ask Oatly to join PETA in urging Starbucks to drop its unfair vegan milk upcharge.
It’s too late for Lolita, but Li’i and other dolphins still need your help!
Federal Bills Would Allow DOJ to Take On Animal Exploiters: Urge Your Members of Congress to Sign On!
Please ask your senator to sign on to S 2555 and your House representative to sign on to HR 5041 today.
Help all the animals imprisoned by SeaWorld today by asking the company to establish a firm and rapid plan to release them into sanctuaries.
EGYPTAIR agreed to stop shipping monkeys to laboratories after pressure from PETA and supporters like you. Now it’s gone back on its word, and we need you to speak up again.
Please send a polite letter to USU President Cockett and demand that the school replace all use of animals in PSY 3400 with effective, non-animal teaching methods; humane field research observing animals in their natural habitats; and/or ethical studies involving consenting humans.
Urge these hotels to stop promoting SeaWorld as long as it continues to forcibly breed dolphins and whales and confine them to tiny tanks.
The request signifies major progress in the push to ensure that the Lake Station Police Department step aside and allow an external party to take over the case.
“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