Budweiser has been brewing up a backlash all summer. But PETA is raising a toast to the beer brand after it agreed to stop amputating the tailbones of its iconic Clydesdales.
In August 2023, the USDA confiscated close to 150 animals from Michigan’s Even Keel Exotics. Learn how PETA played a part.
PETA is sounding the alarm: The failure to sanitize primate caging at Emory and OHSU harms animals and poses a risk to human health.
Since lone star ticks are on the rise, so is the need for dairy- and meat-free recipes. Luckily, PETA makes going vegan as easy as taking a walk in the woods!
European Commission Backs Phaseout of Animal Use in Experiments and Chemical Tests but Ignores Citizens on Cosmetics
While PETA welcomes steps taken by the European Commission, they fall woefully short on saving animals’ lives.
PETA urges everyone to avoid supporting seedy operations like Animals of Montana by shunning any form of entertainment that exploits animals.
The debut of the 2013 documentary film “Blackfish” made a big splash and ushered in a sea change for animals used for human entertainment. Here’s how.
Every year, hundreds of pilot whales and white-sided dolphins are slaughtered during the Faroe Islands’ gruesome “grindadráp.” If you want to help marine animals, here’s what to do.
If humans are feeling the effects of wildfire smoke, other animals are, too. PETA has tips to help keep animals under an air-quality alert safe.
Colombian Council Member Becomes First Politician Outside U.S. to Win PETA’s ‘Courage in Leadership’ Award
PETA has awarded Terry Hurtado Gómez, a member of the city council of Cali, Colombia, the Courage in Leadership Award. Here’s why.
Three cetaceans have died at Marineland of Canada in two months. Discover what you can do to help dolphins and whales still held in tiny tanks.
VICTORY: Waccatee Zoo’s decades of cruelty to animals are over! Find out why PETA settled a lawsuit against the highway hellhole.
Four chimpanzees have been rescued from Union Ridge Wildlife Center, thanks to PETA. Find out how you can help shut down roadside zoos.
Tragedies like this occur when living, feeling beings are treated as if they’re crops or nothing more than inanimate objects.
At the SOT 62nd Annual Meeting, PETA scientists will be co-chairing sessions, giving oral presentations, presenting posters, hosting mentoring sessions, and more.
“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