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After a decade of PETA campaigns, Air France has added monkeys to its “No Fly” list. Read on to learn how you can take action for monkeys.
If the experiments on human children shown in Netflix’s “Stranger Things” make your skin crawl, wait until you find out what happens to animals in real-life laboratories.
Don’t miss the final installment of PETA Prime’s “Free the Animals” video series—where PETA Foundation Chief Legal Officer Jeff Kerr shares how the true stories from this landmark book influenced the law.
PETA’s Grillin’ Without Killin’ Kit will add some spice to your next cookout and show your guests how to enjoy this summer tradition with finger-licking good vegan food.
Never-before-released footage and insight come directly from Ingrid Newkirk in a new video that highlights intense stories from the 30th edition of “Free the Animals.”
A video reportedly of Ceaser Emanuel abusing dogs has emerged, prompting PETA to seek criminal cruelty-to-animals charges to be filed against the former “Black Ink Crew” star.
The 2022 Iditarod is over, but these photos reveal how mushers treat their dogs when not racing—chaining them outside in extreme weather.
PETA has asked a district attorney to bring charges against the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill for flagrant violations of animal welfare laws.
“Tiger King” villain Bhagavan “Doc” Antle is now facing charges for state wildlife trafficking, cruelty to animals, and money laundering.
Here’s how PETA scientists use webinars to promote the use of modern, non-animal test methods and reduce the reliance on experiments on animals.
Meet Finnegan, a 12-week-old, fiery-orange kitten rescued from under a mobile home by PETA fieldworkers. Now he’s awaiting adoption!
This isn’t the first time thousands of animals have endured nightmarish deaths at sea—drowning in similar shipwrecks or dying en masse from dehydration or disease.
In a colossally tone-deaf move, the government has chosen to bankroll the Washington National Primate Research Center, despite mountains of evidence showing that it should be closed.
A lifelong defender of orangutans will be remembered for his warmth and generosity.
Why did thousands of cows in Kansas die? PETA explains why there’s no need to dig for conspiracies when the greed and cruelty of the farming industry are at play.
“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