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After 17,520 hours of rockets, destruction, and suffering, PETA-supported teams continue to move mountains for animals in Ukraine. Learn what they’ve accomplished in two years.
After Palworld’s hit success, Pocketpair is scrambling to finish the game. Will a massive vegan update be enough to keep players?
Monkeys are sensitive, highly intelligent individuals. It’s never acceptable to chain them up and parade them around in front of noisy crowds.
Pigs, monkeys, and beagles are suffering at Altasciences. Find out what it did to get the feds’ attention and how to help animals now.
Footage of Olympic rider and trainer Cesar Parra shows him abusing horses during training sessions. What does it mean for the future of this cruel “sport”?
Victory! The African Union has just passed a monumental decision that will spare countless donkeys from being violently killed for their skins.
Get ready to roll out the red carpet as we celebrate the most animal-friendly films of the year at the Oscat Awards!
Inspired by PETA Germany’s 30th anniversary, animal defenders went to Parliament with unfinished business. What were their demands?
The term “lab rat” only perpetuates speciesism and condones cruel experiments on animals. Let PETA increase your compassion for rats.
Meet Ratty, the avocado-loving rodent who nibbled his way into my life and taught me an important lesson about using humane traps.
Hallmark’s action comes after PETA held lively demonstrations near the company’s headquarters, ran creative ads, and enlisted the help of celebrities.
PETA urges anyone tempted to eat a lobster to consider the high cost of putting any marine animal on their plate.
PETA-supported animal rescuers had a close call during a mission to help dogs and cats make a safe getaway in Ukraine. Watch the video!
The Washington Post reports that following PETA’s investigation, federal agencies planned a massive raid of an underground racetrack in Georgia, only to nix it at the last minute.
“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