On an average day, PETA’s Cruelty Investigations Department receives dozens of phone calls reporting cases of animal abuse. Here’s what happens next.
Every year, an estimated 1.8 million unborn calves are killed to produce fetal bovine serum for use in laboratories. PETA scientists have a better plan.
The hit video game Stray points out many important struggles that “outdoor cats” face, and it’s getting top marks from PETA for its accuracy.
The only “humane” meal is a vegan one. PETA is calling on the feds to amend rules and stop certifying bogus claims about animals raised for food.
PETA is rallying RH shareholders to demand transparency in how birds are treated and killed for the decorative pillows that the retailer sells.
“Tiger King” villain Bhagavan “Doc” Antle is now facing charges for state wildlife trafficking, cruelty to animals, and money laundering.
Here’s how PETA scientists use webinars to promote the use of modern, non-animal test methods and reduce the reliance on experiments on animals.
This isn’t the first time thousands of animals have endured nightmarish deaths at sea—drowning in similar shipwrecks or dying en masse from dehydration or disease.
The Farmer John slaughterhouse in Vernon, California, is finally closing, along with the fortress of lies it built around the premises depicting “happy” pigs.
One wannabe social media influencer learned an important lesson about teasing animals after an orangutan he allegedly taunted decided to fight back.
Tonka, a chimpanzee who went missing nearly a year ago and was rescued by PETA last week, has safely arrived at an accredited sanctuary.
PETA has found the missing chimpanzee Tonka alive! He could soon be the 20th chimpanzee PETA has rescued from roadside zoos and private owners since 2013.
By keeping vile glue traps off store shelves, Target is proving that it has a big heart for small animals.
PETA is pushing for animal-free Shrine circuses in Kentucky after the state adopted regulations limiting the use of endangered animals for entertainment.
Marmoset monkeys at UMass were physically harmed on multiple occasions as a result of employees’ improper handling. PETA is calling for action.
“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