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As bombs tore apart her home in Ukraine, a pregnant horse desperately attempted to escape an explosion. Watch as PETA-supported teams come to her rescue.
PHOTOS: PETA U.K. ‘Cow’ and ‘Butcher’ Hit COP28 With Warning to Flesh Peddlers Infiltrating a Conference
World leaders got hit with wake-up calls from animal advocates at COP28. Find out why the climate conference must go vegan.
The animals in Gaza who are displaced, starving, abandoned, or injured urgently need help. We have asked the U.N. to ensure that relief supplies reach animals in need.
As it turns out, nobody really wants a biological time bomb in their backyard. Will state and federal authorities respect the county’s resolution?
A new community of people online are exposing what our fellow primates endure in laboratories. Find out how to support them.
Experience the blue roofs and waters of Santorini with a three-night stay at the island’s first 100% vegan hotel. Bid on this item now in PETA’s end-of-year auction, which helps animals.
Because of indifference and greed, Mali the elephant died the same way she had lived for nearly 50 years: alone in a concrete pen at the Manila Zoo.
What does “no-kill” really mean? A PETA vice president joined “The Animal Welfare Junction” podcast to discuss the divisive term.
Three times a year, the Mt. Hope Auction crams thousands of animals into severely crowded pens and stacked cages in its barns. Find out how you can help end this nightmare.
JKL Secure Freight left more than 300 monkeys in crates on an airport tarmac for more than 90 minutes. And then things got even worse.
Victoria Scone, an international star from multiple “RuPaul’s Drag Race” franchises, has joined PETA U.K. for a special campaign—and it’s the cat’s meow.
Are you ready to check “Go on an African safari” off your bucket list? Bid today to help animals in PETA’s end-of-year auction.
“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