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A Shipwreck of Suffering: New Investigations Confirm What PETA’s Been Saying About Seedy SeaQuest Aquariums
New nationwide investigations into the shopping mall hellholes known as SeaQuest aquariums have confirmed what PETA has been saying since they opened.
A PETA investigator rescued Jane and Vivi from an animal blood bank just in the nick of time—now these two terrific tabbies are banking on finding the perfect permanent home.
The next time someone says, “But bacon …,” show them this cartoon.
PETA U.K. is urging brand Victoria Beckham to embrace eco-friendly innovations, such as high-end leather made from apples, grapes, pineapples, mushrooms, and more.
Show animals why they’re lucky to have you on their side. Check out the top 10 animal-friendly ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
Make no mistake: Dogs used in the 2024 Iditarod will suffer badly. PETA’s reporting the latest news from the deadly Alaskan race.
Spanish actor Georgina Amorós partners with PETA Latino for a stunning ad against bullfighting to be placed in the heart of Spain.
The Veterinarians’ Blood Bank is under fire following a damning PETA undercover investigation. Discover Kolbie the dog’s rescue story.
“Christspiracy” provides compelling, evidence-backed revelations about “the biggest cover-up in 2,000 years.”
Safer Human Medicine, a company created by former executives of animal experimentation companies, has proposed the largest monkey-breeding and -holding facility in the country, targeting land in Bainbridge, Georgia.
Amid Unprecedented Surge of Dogs and Cats in Shelters, PETA Makes an Urgent Plea to Guardians to Help ‘Fix’ the Crisis
A growing crisis is reaching new peaks, and U.S. animal shelters are bearing the brunt. This World Spay Day, do your part to help dogs, cats, and shelters.
It’s easy to forget where meat comes from when it’s in neatly wrapped packages at the grocery store, but what if slaughterhouses had glass walls?
After 17,520 hours of rockets, destruction, and suffering, PETA-supported teams continue to move mountains for animals in Ukraine. Learn what they’ve accomplished in two years.
“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