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Bestselling author and animal expert Sy Montgomery says she’s “shocked” by the cruelty that monkeys endure at NIH. You will be, too.
The “Bears of Bearadise Ranch” exhibitor is using the connection between bears she exploits and “Brother Bear” as advertising. But the film’s star has a different perspective, one of empathy.
PETA-supported Animal Rahat’s rescue team in India is wading through floodwaters and seeking survivors right now—here’s how you can support them.
Can’t wait to travel? Take a virtual tour of the city’s iconic landmarks and relive some of the pivotal animal rights moments in PETA U.K.’s history.
At the Missouri Primate Foundation, an eyewitness saw Tammy screaming while searching for the babies who had been stolen from her. Now, she’s living at her true sanctuary home.
PETA is ready to help medical centers across the country switch to modern, animal-free training options that will spare lives and build confidence in new doctors.
Imagine going a decade without a dental exam. For this black bear at Pocono Snake & Animal Farm—suffering from a broken tooth with the pulp painfully exposed—the nightmare is real.
Federal reports uncovered by PETA document a disturbing and lengthy record of animal abuse and gross neglect at the hands of inattentive NIH experimenters.
After talks with PETA, Vitalon Foods Group—maker of Taiwan’s best-selling brand of sports drink—banned animal tests not explicitly required by law.
Dolphins and whales living in cramped concrete tanks need your help! Will you take action this “Boycott SeaWorld” Day?
Texas A&M Lies Prove That the School Knows How Shameful Its Treatment of Dogs Is—and That It Doesn’t Care
Texas A&M University is spinning more lies to avoid releasing all the remaining dogs from its barren laboratories. Here’s how you can help.
Read about a dog who miraculously survived a volcanic eruption, a donkey who was saved from an abusive life in Jordan, and other uplifting stories in Ingrid Newkirk’s new book.
You’ll be shocked when you find out how animals suffer at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. PETA is calling for a police investigation.
From October 2020 to June 2021, more than 900 horses were killed in South Korea. The Korea Racing Authority doesn’t want anyone to know their identities.
“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