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Funded by millions in taxpayer dollars, National Institutes of Health (NIH) experimenter Elisabeth Murray sucks out or burns parts of monkeys’ brains, confines the animals to a metal box, and then terrorizes them with rubber snakes and spiders.
Never buy coconut products from Thailand. Urge Whole Foods to end its sale of Thai coconut milk.
For thirteen months, between November 2021 and November 2022, PETA Asia investigators visited duck farms and slaughterhouses in Vietnam connected to companies that sell “responsible” down, including GAP Inc., Guess, H&M, and dozens of others, exposing unspeakable cruelty to ducks.
Tell Shriners International that you won’t support it until it drops the cruelty.
It’s been reported that in the first Iditarod race, at least 15 dogs died. The body count has continued to pile up since then, and other dogs barely make it out alive.
Speak up for goats—urge H&M to ban mohair and cashmere!
It may be over for Ringling Bros. circus, but animals are still being used in circuses around the country—and they need your help.
PETA investigations have shown, time and time again, that feel-good “humane” labels slapped on food mean nothing for animals living on farms.
Which roadside zoos are the latest highway hellholes to avoid? PETA’s dishing the dirt and urging you to help end animals’ suffering.
More PETA Campaigns That Need Your Help
Please politely ask Liberty Broadband to drop GCI’s Iditarod sponsorship.
Tell Walmart there’s no excuse for workers to crudely break hens’ necks and leave them suffering. It must reconsider ties with this egg supplier NOW.
The federal government is wasting our tax money on sepsis experiments on mice despite knowing that the results can NEVER apply to humans.
They’re so desperate to get monkeys to kill that they’re going to court.
Christine Lattin’s new experiments at Louisiana State University will kill sparrows with no benefit to humans or other species.
“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