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PETA is pushing for animal-free Shrine circuses in Kentucky after the state adopted regulations limiting the use of endangered animals for entertainment.
The bloodshed of war is not limited to humans. PETA explains why other animals are not soldiers and how you can help end the use of animals in war.
After its third investigation into the horse-drawn carriage industry in Kolkata, PETA India issued a news release demanding immediate action for horses. See how you can help.
Do you want saving animals to be your job? Take our career aptitude quiz and find out which animal rights job could be your ideal career move.
One terrified party involved in this California Rodeo was forced to participate in the event: the bull. Help PETA ban “sports” that harm bulls like him.
Marmoset monkeys at UMass were physically harmed on multiple occasions as a result of employees’ improper handling. PETA is calling for action.
After recovering from a severe and untreated skin infection, the only thing Dwight is itching for now is a loving, responsible home. Contact PETA to learn more.
PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman was just in high school when the gripping events detailed in “Free the Animals” unfolded. Find out how she took part in the action and how you can, too.
Would you skip the steak if you knew the true environmental cost of it? Take a look at this powerful anti-meat ad that aired during the 2022 Eurovision contest.
PETA’s Poochella adoption festival came back with a bang this year, with dozens of happy dogs looking for loving new homes.
Details coming out following the tragic shooting in Buffalo, New York, show that the alleged shooter reportedly had a history of violence toward animals.
Baby Girl, the dog abandoned with a backpack of toys and a note from her distraught guardian, is a victim of irresponsible shelters.
Burberry has banned exotic skins following campaigns by PETA entities. Will Hermès, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton be next?
If you’re looking for new stories to fill your child’s imagination, take a page out of PETA Kids’ book with these colorful and engaging tales of empathy for animals.
“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