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Auction Block or Chopping Block? For These Animals Being Sold Like Furniture, It’s One in the Same (PETA Video Exposé)
The Shelby Alternative Livestock Auction is hell on Earth for animals, including a baby goat who was slammed into the side of a pen.
Four monkeys escaped the scene of a highway wreck, likely terrified and potentially carrying disease. Help PETA end the transport of these sensitive animals.
A stag facing death at the end of a rifle made a snap decision that saved his life—and opened a hunter’s eyes to the dangers of his “sport.”
The dog-sledding industry is rife with dangers for dogs, including being hit by vehicles. PETA’s urging Jaye Foucher to drop out of the Iditarod and racing altogether, before someone else is killed.
PETA Science Consortium International has named London Harper the winner of its Student Award for Travel and Mentorship in Non-Animal Toxicology—here’s why.
These five drug-related horse racing scandals are making headlines. Find out what you can do to help horses used for racing.
After hearing roars from PETA and others, one performer has withdrawn his request to cage tigers for his yearlong magic show in Vegas.
The 2022 Iditarod will mark 50 years of running dogs to their deaths. Help PETA spare dogs and end this deadly race.
This disturbing image of a cow strapped into VR goggles isn’t from ‘Black Mirror’—it’s a real-life horror show.
Bashing a horse’s legs to get the animal to jump higher makes the case that Olympic equestrian events should be banned immediately.
Colombia’s dining scene is full of vegan-friendly spots that won’t disappoint. Here are six wonderful vegan restaurants to try!
Dr. Amy Clippinger guides a team of scientists from PETA entities around the world who are advancing non-animal toxicology testing approaches.
Christine Lattin, Louisiana State University’s resident menace to birds, has plumbed the depths of cruelty and absurdity in her latest round of bird-killing experiments.
A company in Spain is planning to open the world’s first intensive farm for octopuses to raise these intelligent, sensitive animals, only so they can be slaughtered for their flesh or eaten alive. Take action now.
“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