We’re adding up the numbers: How many dolphins, whales, and other cetaceans died at SeaWorld parks in 2022, and how many were shipped overseas?
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.
People should know that SeaQuest’s history of injuries to animals and the public is horrific and that its shoddy facilities deserve to go out of business.
Lunar New Year on January 22, 2023, ushered in the Year of the Rabbit in the Chinese zodiac. Leap for joy reading these PETA victories for rabbits in laboratories.
PETA Science Group Funds Breakthrough Study That Will Expand Human Lung Slice Accessibility for Research
A new paper coauthored by PETA scientists is poised to revolutionize the field of inhalation research and reduce the number of animals used in toxicity tests.
RH refuses to guarantee to its shareholders (including PETA) and customers that the down feathers in its products aren’t yanked out of sensitive birds.
Following a push from PETA, the USDA terminated the federal Animal Welfare Act license of exotic-animal dealer Jimmy Wayne Hammonds, aka “The Monkey Whisperer.”
James Cromwell is PETA’s 2022 Person of the Year after he—at the age of 82—superglued his hand to the café counter at a Starbucks store and took other actions for animals.
As circuses with animals disappear so should the exploitative imagery. PETA praises Dukal Corporation for no longer using artwork of animals in circuses on its bandages.
Prior to the bill’s passage, PETA lawsuits had nearly annihilated the extremely cruel big-cat cub-petting industry by taking down the biggest players.
2022 was an outstanding year for PETA. But until speciesism itself is a thing of the past, we will keep working, pushing, and innovating—into 2023 and beyond.
A new cartoon shows Santa drinking milk from a cow’s udder: It’s PETA’s way of encouraging kids to embrace kinder holiday traditions, like leaving oat milk out with vegan cookies.
PETA is glad to hear that the new owner of the Miami Seaquarium is still committed to releasing the orca Lolita to a seaside sanctuary. If she is healthy enough, we look forward to seeing it happen.
On an average day, PETA’s Cruelty Investigations Department receives dozens of phone calls reporting cases of animal abuse. Here’s what happens next.
“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