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Animal rescues, evil robots, rad rabbits, and more: PETA’s new action-packed game, Bunny Raiders, is available on PS4 and PS5 and free to play now.
PETA’s Undercover Video Shows Dogs Force-Fed OxyContin, the Drug Featured in the Netflix Hit ‘Painkiller’
Matthew Broderick and Uzo Aduba expose human opioid addiction in the U.S., while PETA exposes opioid testing on beagles.
Budweiser has been brewing up a backlash all summer. But PETA is raising a toast to the beer brand after it agreed to stop amputating the tailbones of its iconic Clydesdales.
After hearing from PETA, The North Face, Supreme, and other brands confirmed no more cashmere. Read why kindness to goats is always in fashion.
Shriners International is stuck in the dark ages, with programs and policies that promote animal abuse, are sexist, and have been accused of cultural appropriation.
Why is the world’s largest producer of MSG bankrolling dairy experiments at the University of Illinois?
After learning what the cashmere industry does to gentle goats, you’ll be tearing your own hair out in frustration. London Fashion Week crowds got a front row seat to see for themselves.
Do you have a plan in place in case of an emergency? Discover tips for safeguarding your animal companions during earthquakes, fires, floods, and more.
SHELLebrate fish and other sea life by cultivating empathy and never eating them. Also, find out PETA’s FINtastic idea to replace a California Fisherman statue.
How did PETA get a notoriously cruel circus to end its decades-long record of featuring live-animal acts? Keep reading to find out!
Landlords are failing to offer humane rodent control methods to Baylor students, so PETA is stepping in to help.
See how PETA’s compassionate campaign is taking over the Midwest. Here’s how YOU can help speak up for cows, chickens, and other animals killed for their flesh.
The next time you’re grocery shopping for your kids’ lunches, take a page from PETA parents’ books. These vegan snacks are some of their favorites.
There’s an increased risk of a tuberculosis outbreak among monkeys destined for laboratory experimentation worldwide, so PETA is pressing the World Health Organization to take action immediately.
“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