Gov. Sisolak just signed a bill that bans public contact with big cats, elephants, primates, wolves, bears, and hyenas in the state, which will go into effect on July 1, 2021!
Vital Farms Claims Humane Treatment of Chickens—PETA Foundation Lawyers Help File Class Action Lawsuit
Vital Farms uses gimmicky words and deceptive images to mislead consumers about the way it really treats chickens. PETA is helping consumers sue over the brand’s allegedly false claims.
University of Massachusetts experimenters torment and kill marmosets, supposedly to study menopause—which these monkeys don’t even experience.
A gun was pointed at the tiger, who was viewed as a threat, even though it was a human’s fault the animal was in a residential neighborhood to begin with.
Edie Falco left phone messages for 18,000 UW faculty and staff to tell them about the horrific cruelty to monkeys taking place right on campus and to urge them to speak up.
PETA is demanding reports on animal experiments involving food deprivation, near drowning, electric shocks, and other equally horrific activities.
Social distancing? How about moral distancing from the Kentucky Derby? PETA’s new billboard speaks up for horses whose lives are in danger.
PETA bought shares in Levi’s to urge the denim brand to nix its leather patches. We’re sitting in on the virtual boardroom meeting!
PETA kept the pressure on Saks to drop fur for over a decade, and the department store finally came to its senses and did the right thing.
When PETA told Ocean Spray that its Craisins were being used to coerce monkeys in cruel experiments, the company assured us that it had nothing to do with that.
Despite battling cancer, this 14-year-old has dedicated her time and energy to raising thousands of dollars for animals. She’s an inspiration for kids and adults alike.
Our 21-day “Resolve to Revolt” challenge had students all over the U.S. joining forces for animals. See what these SOS members did to help end speciesism.
Irradiation, cut-open skulls, maternal deprivation, and more—WaNPRC experimenters receive hundreds of millions of tax dollars to torment monkeys, and many Seattleites have no idea.
Louis Vuitton’s CEO, Michael Burke, claimed that the animals used in the company’s products are “humanely farmed.” PETA had a few things to say about that.
“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