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See what viewers are saying after watching Netflix’s “Dahmer”—a series about the infamous serial killer and cannibal.
PETA frequently receives complaints about facilities that offer alligator “attractions” from whistleblowers appalled by the poor conditions in which the animals are kept.
PETA Latino’s “crime scene” in Bogotá, Colombia, challenges passersby to think about the horrors of animal agriculture.
What are dogs, cats, and other animals enduring in the U.S. Army’s “classified” weapon-wounding tests? We’re pushing for answers and calling for a ban.
Microbio Co., a Taiwanese health food producer, has banned experiments on animals following talks with PETA. Find out how to encourage others to follow suit.
Northwestern University fails both animals and taxpayers by violating minimum animal welfare guidelines in its laboratories. It’s time to shift to human-relevant methods.
As PETA Asia wades into the aftermath of Typhoon Noru, the U.S. braces for Hurricane Ian. Please donate to our Global Compassion Fund to help PETA U.S. and other PETA entities continue to help animals.
Amber Rose Barnes was proud of herself for killing a baby wolf—then she learned she’d actually killed a dog. Learn why there isn’t a difference.
For more than a century, the public has relied on undercover investigations to expose illegal and cruel practices on factory farms and in slaughterhouses.
A new video shows experimenters in Japan attempting to create cyborg cockroaches. These experiments teach the harmful lesson that certain animals don’t deserve compassion.
TeachKind is led by former classroom teachers who create content for teaching compassion. See all the tips and resources you can use with your students this school season!
PETA has long been a supporter of using cell cultures to replace the use of animals for food. Here’s why we support the president’s new executive order.
Lucy was heartbroken when her loving guardian fell ill. But now, this radiant Rottweiler is ready to be your right-hand gal.
First, he lied in court in an attempt to abduct Tonka. Then he let animals languish and put children in danger with his reckless traveling exotic-animal attraction, A–Z Exotic Animal Adventures.
“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