The animals in Gaza who are displaced, starving, abandoned, or injured urgently need help. We have asked the U.N. to ensure that relief supplies reach animals in need.
What does “no-kill” really mean? A PETA vice president joined “The Animal Welfare Junction” podcast to discuss the divisive term.
Three times a year, the Mt. Hope Auction crams thousands of animals into severely crowded pens and stacked cages in its barns. Find out how you can help end this nightmare.
Harvard didn’t just lose its football game with Yale—it’s also a loser when it comes to animals. See how PETA “monkeys” took the field.
How did PETA help pave the way for the federal criminal investigation that led to convictions for illegally drugging horses?
What’s wrong with greeting cards featuring pugs or bulldogs? Rite Aid and PETA agree there’s nothing cheerful about animals who can’t breathe.
When a local woman alerted us to two thin, chained dogs in Cancún, we acted immediately. See Kal and Abigail now.
PETA is calling for a new policy to name tropical storms and hurricanes after beef, butter, cheese, and other animal-derived foods. Find out why.
What dangers come with the monkey-importation industry? Monkey and human lives could be at risk. Learn what PETA spoke to Congress about.
See how PETA fieldworkers helped “backyard dogs” left outside in Tropical Storm Ophelia’s path when their owners failed to bring them indoors.
We remember our departed animals every day, but “Pet” Memorial Day is a wonderful time to pay special tribute to them.
Breaking: Maia has been found alive and is on her way to being reunited with her family after PETA joined the rescue effort!
Can dogs and cats get sunburns? Just like humans, they can suffer if exposed to too much sun. Learn how to help them stay cool and safe this summer.
Meet five of the many “backyard dogs” who survived the extreme heat, thanks to PETA’s creative problem-solving.
“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