Animal Rights and Campaign News
PETA's blog is your source for information about PETA's campaigns, breaking news about animals, and animal rights information from around the globe.
This Cow Who Escaped From a Brooklyn Slaughterhouse Will Live in Peace at a Sanctuary
See what happened after this young cow escaped from a slaughterhouse and roamed the streets of Brooklyn.
There’s Something Rotten at Red River Farm—Will You Dare to Sing Along?
Harry Potter actor and vegan Jessie Cave and a group of singing “animals” put on a show you’re not likely to forget.
PETA’s Baltimore Billboards Speak Out for Crabs and Other Sea Life
Ever since one billboard sparked a conversation, we’ve kept on bringing the heat to Baltimore.
Is PETA Propaganda? Here’s What Animal-Exploiting Industries Don’t Want You to Know
Is PETA propaganda? Or have you been misled by truly deceptive labels like “free-range” and “cage-free” eggs.
‘Bullfighting Is Torture, Not Culture’—Kate del Castillo Speaks Up for Bulls in New Ad and Video
Actor Kate del Castillo doesn’t hold back her feelings about bullfighting in this powerful new PETA ad and video.
Bigotry begins when categories such as race, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or species are used to justify discrimination.
Coffee Lovers, Unite for This Delicious Vegan Comedic Film
The vegan-themed comedy “Coffee Wars” calls for a coffee watch party with friends and family! Check out our tips for a delicious time.
Nakai’s Necropsy Shows Several Chronic Conditions Linked to Stress
After being kept in a barren tank for 21 years, Nakai died at SeaWorld without ever swimming in the ocean. His body tells us what life was really like there.
From Fur Fights to Finance—With a Bit of Fun Thrown In
It’s not surprising that PETA Foundation employees participate in colorful stunts to highlight animal issues, but you might be surprised by Kelly and Amber’s day jobs.
Jonathan Franzen Explains the Number One Threat to American Birds
Author Jonathan Franzen joined PETA to talk about the dangers of keeping cats outdoors and a real-life incident that prompted a story in his novel “Freedom.”
Spay-a-Thons: Making Great Change in Peru
More than 100 dogs and cats were recently sterilized in Peru, thanks to a committed group of animal advocates in Lima supported by PETA’s Global Compassion Fund.
First Lady Jill Biden Asked to Take a Crack at Hen-Friendly Easter Egg Roll© Instagram.com/agirlandagluegun
Dr. Biden can make the White House Easter Egg Roll EGGstra special for chickens, reduce waste, and accommodate children who avoid eggs by doing this one thing.
PETA Scientists to Present at 2023 Society of Toxicology Meeting in Nashville
At the SOT 62nd Annual Meeting, PETA scientists will be co-chairing sessions, giving oral presentations, presenting posters, hosting mentoring sessions, and more.
Reports: Two Wild Animals Kept as ‘Pets’ Shot Dead Following Attacks
These violent incidents are further proof that monkeys and other wild animals are unpredictable and powerful and that they should never be kept as “pets.”
Cancún Spay-a-Thon Reaches Hundreds of Dogs and Cats
PETA Latino has had a tremendous impact on ending animal homelessness in Cancún—its most recent clinic sterilized more than 450 cats and dogs!
Amazon Sued Over Sale of Donkey-Based Products, Allegedly Illegal in California
Learn why Amazon is in hot water for selling products that contain THIS ingredient.
Get PETA Updates
Stay up to date on the latest vegan trends and get breaking animal rights news delivered straight to your inbox!
“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