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Dolphins and whales living in cramped concrete tanks need your help! Will you take action this “Boycott SeaWorld” Day?
Texas A&M Lies Prove That the School Knows How Shameful Its Treatment of Dogs Is—and That It Doesn’t Care
Texas A&M University is spinning more lies to avoid releasing all the remaining dogs from its barren laboratories. Here’s how you can help.
Read about a dog who miraculously survived a volcanic eruption, a donkey who was saved from an abusive life in Jordan, and other uplifting stories in Ingrid Newkirk’s new book.
You’ll be shocked when you find out how animals suffer at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. PETA is calling for a police investigation.
From October 2020 to June 2021, more than 900 horses were killed in South Korea. The Korea Racing Authority doesn’t want anyone to know their identities.
Animals held in deplorable conditions at the shoddy Denver-area mall aquarium SeaQuest Littleton need your help. Join PETA and take action now.
Mice drowned, birds starved, and fish died of overheating in laboratories at UMass-Amherst, where diabolical cruelty and fake science combine to create hell on Earth for animals.
Following urging from PETA U.K., the use of the forced swim test to model human depression is likely to end in the country!
Once upon a “Midnight” dreary? Not for this smiling pup! See how PETA’s field team helped ensure that no one was weak or weary, despite rising summer temperatures.
Burberry has refused to stop using snake and alligator skins in its clothing and accessories, despite its commitment to being “a force for good in the world.” Help PETA urge the brand to give stolen skins the boot.
Earth Animal offers a whole collection of No-Hide Chews, but a lawsuit claims that the treats are actually rawhide.
Following PETA complaints, the feds cited Walnut Prairie Wildside’s owner, Thomas Edmonds, for numerous animal welfare violations, leading to a 21-day license suspension.
A 12-foot-long python got loose in a shopping mall—but why was she there in the first place? The answer may shock you.
“Super tom” turkeys, “catastrophes,” and pointless prayers—a whistleblower report has PETA urging Butterball not to pile more pain on top of the systemic abuse already inflicted on birds.
“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