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Buster and Zoey had a wonderful home until their guardian fell severely ill. Can you give these bonded Chihuahuas a second chance at the love and comfort they deserve?
Shalom Wildlife “Sanctuary,” a misleadingly named roadside zoo in West Bend, Wisconsin, has made headlines for the drowning deaths of two tiger cubs who were born at the facility. Accidents happen, but Shalom’s history of irresponsibility needs to be examined. Since its opening in 2014, the facility has maintained dubious ties to breeders and has… Read more »
A French bulldog’s win in the 2022 National Dog Show is nothing to celebrate. Here’s why it’s nothing short of cruel to breed—or buy—dogs like Winston.
You won’t want to miss your chance to get exclusive PETA merch with a heartwarming message, designed by illustrator Betsy Baytos.
This is the first known arrest for “crush” video production in Egypt. PETA is now calling on authorities to pursue charges against the videos’ buyers.
A video showing a teen’s violent beating a calf, reportedly in Mercer County, Ohio, prompts PETA to offer local schools an urgent lesson in empathy.
“No animals were harmed”? We disagree. PETA’s video reveals why you shouldn’t trust American Humane labels.
The video game God of War Ragnarök has taken the world by storm, and PETA—being the largest animal rights organization in all nine realms—weighed in with a viral video on the game: Although PETA doesn’t have a Gjallarhorn to sound, we want to make sure everyone knows not to chain up their 60-foot-tall dogs in… Read more »
The DOJ just indicted alleged members of a smuggling ring that reportedly abducted endangered macaques and shipped them to U.S. labs. See which companies we believe were complicit.
Consumers’ glue trap reviews reveal that these devices are one of the cruelest methods of rodent control. Check out these reviews that PETA found on The Home Depot’s website.
Following a tip from PETA, Lisa Lopez—the operator of a cruel tiger exhibit known as All Things Wild—is in hot water with federal officials.
PETA’s giveaways, billboard ads, and more helped encourage people to spare turkeys by having a “ThanksVegan” celebration in 2022.
A group of minors attacked a dog with bleach and robbed her guardian in Philadelphia. PETA is offering a new lesson to the city’s schools: empathy.
PETA is helping to organize workshops, publish reports, and build tools to help researchers who use superior, non-animal methods to boost their work.
“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