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The infamous California slaughterhouse has finally shuttered, with one last vigil for the pigs as a send-off. The vile facility will not be missed as we mourn the millions of pigs it murdered.
After hearing from PETA and over 37,000 supporters, today the National Hockey League (NHL) and the Florida Panthers confirmed scrapping plans to incorporate live alligators during All-Star Weekend.
In just one weekend, PETA Latino sterilized more than 200 animals. Learn how their efforts will help end the companion animal overpopulation crisis.
A heavy chain couldn’t stop Duke’s joy when PETA’s team first saw him in Cancún. See how they changed his life and learn how you can help dogs like him.
Thanks to PETA, Milo’s story is spinning from tragedy to comedy. Can you give this fun-loving kitten the care and respect he deserves—and a place to work on his stand-up act?
BREAKING: Children as Young as 13 Illegally Working in Hazardous Conditions at JBS Slaughterhouses, Officials Allege
A federal report revealed that children as young as 13 were allegedly working in hazardous conditions at JBS slaughterhouses. Here’s what we know so far.
PETA sees the finish line as the 2023 Iditarod loses more sponsors. Help end the death race and save dogs used for sledding.
Colombian officials move to dismantle the hellhole lab that PETA exposed. Is the National Institutes of Health still sending it checks?
The University of Washington is looking for a new PR manager to put a happy face on its notorious primate center, a vile and inept monkey prison.
Do you think cats deserve to breathe? We do, too. Find out why breeding flat-faced cats for sale is so cruel.
Grab your bingo cards and markers: Primate experimenters’ self-contradictory logic and flimsy excuses for torture are so predictable that we’re calling them out ourselves.
Spiders’ reputation as creepy-crawlies is based on a web of misunderstandings. Not to fear—we have some fun facts about our humble eight-legged friends!
A PETA supporter would gladly take Phil’s place if it will spare him a tedious life punctuated only by the confusion and terror of being dangled in front of a noisy crowd every year.
After PETA urged the Navy to end useless decompression experiments that cause sheep crippling pain, they were stopped years early. Now let’s push the Navy to ban all such tests.
PETA fieldworkers are changing lives in Mexico. The team has spent the last week helping dogs like Simon, whom they found chained to a concrete slab.
“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