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Every year, thousands of animals are shuffled through exotic animal auctions. At these events, complex individuals are quickly sold to the highest bidder.
After PETA unearthed new federal case files documenting animal suffering in NIH laboratories, we’re calling for a zero-tolerance policy at the agency.
Watch Nala and other rescued lions show you the difference between a “Tiger King” roadside zoo’s neglect and an accredited sanctuary’s care.
Infamous for a history of zebra escapes, the owner of Jenny’s Petting Zoo is once again being cited by authorities, thanks to PETA.
U.S. Rep. Brendan Boyle is hosting a congressional briefing on PETA scientists’ plan to modernize research and end animal experiments.
Chichimilá, Mexico, has a surplus of animals but no lack of heart. A PETA clinic helped residents care for their animal companions.
PETA scientists will continue working with the EPA and other agencies, academics, industries, and nonprofits to advance the best non-animal science.
PETA is urging Anna Wintour and U.S. “Vogue” to follow “Elle” into the 21st century by leaving fur on the animals who were born with it.
The Armani Group has listened to compassionate consumers who refuse to buy clothes made of fur ripped out of rabbits as they scream in pain. See why PETA is calling on all designers to follow suit.
From abandoned and covered in ash to forming a cuddle stack with her new “pack”: See how PETA flipped the script for Pancake.
Treat yo’ELF to some family-friendly fun and let your kids know that this compassionate character wants them to skip “naughty” and go straight to “nice” for each other and animals.
Footage reveals that Adam Burck, big-cat supplier for circus shows, routinely keeps tigers in crates so small that the animals barely have room to turn around.
Urban Outraged is a killer shopping experience by PETA that brings new meaning to the question “Who are you wearing?”
CVS’ greeting card aisle is getting a whole lot more humane, thanks to the company’s decision to ban cards that exploit great apes.
“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