The best way to protect ducks and geese from this heinous cruelty is to avoid buying down. Please contact Title Nine and ask that it stand by its commitment to equality and sustainability by ending its sale of down products.
Speak out on behalf of these dogs again by contacting the Cass County prosecuting attorney and requesting that charges be considered.
PETA exposes videos of alcohol and infidelity experiments on animals that Oregon Health & Science University desperately tried to keep the public from seeing.
Please politely ask WMRN to replace Buckeye Chuck with a creative alternative, such as a costumed mascot, and continue its Groundhog Day tradition in a progressive, innovative way that isn’t harmful to animals.
Politely urge Waco’s animal services director, Trey Buzbee, to intervene, with consideration given to filing charges and the prompt confiscation of the animal. E-mail Buzbee at [email protected] or call him at 254-750-1765.
Urgent: Dogs Reportedly Returned to Suspected Abuser in Orlando, Florida, Despite Active Criminal Case
Please contact officials and urge them to keep the dogs safe in custody, as is provided for by Florida Statutes Title XLVI, Chapter 828.073, and ask them to confiscate any additional animals brought into the home.
Contact UGA officials and urge them to replace the school’s live bulldog mascot with a willing human one.
Although down is used in some winter apparel and bedding, there’s nothing warm or cozy about how birds suffer when they’re exploited for their feathers.
For 135 years. the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club has held a groundhog captive so that it can drag him out on February 2—when he’d naturally be in hibernation.
Urge management at Desert Falls Country Club to forgo killing and employ tried-and-true humane tactics instead.
Animals living in their own filth. Years of apparently illegal experiments on monkeys. A PETA investigation has unearthed shocking evidence about Colombian organizations awarded millions in NIH contracts.
This game-changing legislation, which PETA worked hard to get passed, is a crucial first step in ending drug testing on animals.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service alleges thousands of monkeys have been illegally smuggled from Cambodia to the U.S. It needs to shut down the pipeline.
“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