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PETA fieldworkers are changing lives in Mexico. The team has spent the last week helping dogs like Simon, whom they found chained to a concrete slab.
Join PETA Germany’s team in this virtual event as they take you on rescues while dodging rocket attacks and searching through destroyed towns to find abandoned or injured animals.
Curious what came of a capuchin monkey’s temporary escape from a sleazy roadside zoo? Learn how PETA got the feds to hit Suncoast with critical citations.
A USDA inspection found that dogs at testing lab Blue Ridge Kennel were so thin that their ribs, backbone, and hip bones were visible. Why is this hellhole still in operation?
With some help from PETA, Georgina is trading a filthy, outdoor pen for family and outdoor fun. Would you give her a new life of adoration and adventure?
Signed, sealed, and delivered! A total of 1.2 million people banded together to protect rabbits, rats, and others. Find out what’s next for the European citizens’ initiative to end tests on animals.
People should know that SeaQuest’s history of injuries to animals and the public is horrific and that its shoddy facilities deserve to go out of business.
PETA wrote the playbook on courting controversy for a cause, with strategies that range from going nude to exposing the naked truth about cruel industries.
PETA is calling for the immediate termination of the MIT experimenter who left a monkey restrained for more than 18 hours.
Looking for a job that lets you help animals and travel all over for free at the same time? Becoming PETA’s traveling campaigner is your chance!
Why will bulldogs and pugs likely stop existing in the near future? PETA explains why the end of breathing-impaired breeds would be a good thing for dogs
Lunar New Year on January 22, 2023, ushered in the Year of the Rabbit in the Chinese zodiac. Leap for joy reading these PETA victories for rabbits in laboratories.
PETA Science Group Funds Breakthrough Study That Will Expand Human Lung Slice Accessibility for Research
A new paper coauthored by PETA scientists is poised to revolutionize the field of inhalation research and reduce the number of animals used in toxicity tests.
“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