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Details coming out following the tragic shooting in Buffalo, New York, show that the alleged shooter reportedly had a history of violence toward animals.
Baby Girl, the dog abandoned with a backpack of toys and a note from her distraught guardian, is a victim of irresponsible shelters.
Burberry has banned exotic skins following campaigns by PETA entities. Will Hermès, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton be next?
If you’re looking for new stories to fill your child’s imagination, take a page out of PETA Kids’ book with these colorful and engaging tales of empathy for animals.
From making an insect-rescue kit to enjoying a scoop (or two!) of their favorite vegan ice cream, your child’s summer vacation will be filled with fun and educational experiences, thanks to PETA Kids’ activity boards.
The animal “rescue” industry is an unregulated Wild West. Animals are suffering and dying horrifically as a result.
If you come across a social media post or video showing animals being teased, speak out: Leave feedback and help inform others about why these things are harmful. Learn what to say now.
Save a horse—ride a horseless carriage! See what a Charleston business owner did to help horses exploited in his city.
Praxis is a Latin American illustrator and stencil artist who uses his talents to promote animal rights and make positive changes.
PETA scientists regularly award promising researchers with the tools they need to replace animal tests with modern, kinder methods.
PETA recently uncovered shocking violations of federal animal welfare laws at UC-Berkeley. Find out how you can help monkeys.
How much do you know about the lives—and the deaths—of sheep used for clothing? PETA Australia’s new site sets the record straight.
With the launch of its certified “pet” provider program, it appears that American Humane’s deception continues.
Children and animals are put in danger at SeaQuest Trumbull. Recently, the shoddy aquarium was cited after a kinkajou scratched a child in the face.
A group of high school students reportedly hung a dead shark from the rafters of their high school as an alleged “senior prank.” PETA’s urging empathy lessons.
“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