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Forced out of the animal exploitation business, Ringling Bros. had two choices: reinvent itself or fold. And with one notable change, the company may just come out on (the big) top.
Countless animals suffer and die in arson wildfires. Here’s how animal protection laws in California are failing these victims.
Federal records reveal ongoing incompetence and negligence inside Oregon Health & Science University’s laboratories, and PETA is calling for an end to it.
Pigs aren’t spare parts and should never be used as such just because humans are too self-centered to donate their bodies to patients desperate for organ transplants.
The matter is as black and white as a zebra’s stripes: Zebras don’t want to be held in roadside zoos or used in traveling acts, nor should they be.
After receiving a tip from PETA, the feds cited Animal Haven Zoo in Wisconsin for several violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act. Here’s what they found.
University of Washington primate experimenters like to take credit for medical progress to justify their cruel practices, but the history of the polio vaccine doesn’t back up their claims.
Rev. Dr. Robert Turner teamed up with PETA to give away nutritious food to raise awareness of food injustice. Learn how you can join the fight.
You’ve heard the story of the three little pigs. Watch our fieldworkers rescue three real-life pigs kept 24/7 in a cramped, flooded pen—and meet a few other animals PETA helped this summer.
Animals at SeaQuest Las Vegas have bitten employees, died from drowning, and been seriously injured after escaping while being transported in the back of an open-bed pickup truck.
Five infant monkeys died at a University of Louisiana laboratory—and PETA wants those responsible to be prosecuted. Experiments on animals must end!
Oswald’s Bear Ranch Lied About Sophie’s Violent Death, PETA Says, and the Feds Are Finally Paying Attention
Oswald’s Bear Ranch seemingly tried to hide that a bear had run loose for DAYS, resulting in her violent death. Now the tourist trap may finally be held accountable.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is supposed to protect animals, not help boost the profits of animal-exploiting businesses like the Monterey Zoo.
PETA called on the Ohio State Racing Commission to conduct a thorough investigation of Mox Nix’s death and disclose the full results to the public—and it listened.
“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