Animals at SeaQuest Las Vegas have bitten employees, died from drowning, and been seriously injured after escaping while being transported in the back of an open-bed pickup truck.
PETA called on the Ohio State Racing Commission to conduct a thorough investigation of Mox Nix’s death and disclose the full results to the public—and it listened.
See how PETA Australia lawyers are helping horses on a small island and how it may lead to earth-shattering effects around the world.
PETA has proof that Ford paid for cruel and useless crash tests on animals—a practice that the company had pledged to ban more than a decade ago.
Millions of taxpayer dollars are flowing into a disease-infested monkey-breeding mill located next to a toxic waste site in Arizona.
After the conclusion of “Eating Our Way to Extinction,” one viewer simply said, “I can’t imagine how anyone could ever eat fish again after watching this.”
This lawsuit is proof that Metro’s unconstitutional practices won’t deter PETA’s efforts to end speciesism. We know that, for animals, there’s too much on the line.
See photos from PETA protests around the world! Animal advocates are calling on Millennium Hotels to cut ties with the deadly Iditarod.
Learn more about PETA’s vital role as leader of the effort to end crude and lethal tests on animals in the global food and beverage industry.
Casey Affleck was joined by his mother, Chris, when he spoke at a PETA news conference at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst, protesting cruel experiments on monkeys.
As part of an international campaign against the use of exotic skins by luxury brand Hermès, PETA and other animal rights groups got bloody loud. See the photos now.
Lolita’s Abusers Cited for Horrific Conditions—Will the Miami Seaquarium Finally Be Held Accountable?
Injuriously high levels of chlorine and parasites, an underwater fence zip-tied together, dolphins fed foul-smelling fish—finally, the Miami Seaquarium has been cited. But PETA’s pushing for more.
New York tracks rake in $250 million in state subsidies annually—even though 90% of the state’s residents never go to the races.
Among other incidents, records obtained by PETA reveal that experimenters at the Cleveland Clinic caused mice skin lesions from hair-removal creams.
No matter the law, companies always have the option to choose different ingredients or even decide not to develop products if it means sparing animals’ lives.
“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