Sara Oliver

Sara Oliver

Sara is an avid consumer of coffee, indie pop music, and animal rights news. After graduating from Ithaca College in New York, she followed her passion for animal liberation and joined PETA’s content team. In her free time, she can be found watching sitcoms with her two guinea pigs, walking her dog through historic Philadelphia, or browsing local thrift stores for funky vegan fashion.

Find Out the Easiest Way to Avoid Buying ‘Spaghetti Chicken’

Since 2015, reports of “spaghetti meat” chicken breasts have flooded the internet. But what exactly is “spaghetti chicken,” and is it OK to eat?

Animal Companions
Westminster Dog Show Winner Sage Will Be Exploited for Life

The only prize the “Best in Show” winner of the 2024 Westminster dog show gets is a lifetime of being exploited.

Spay-a-Thons, Adoptions, and More: Just 3 Months Into 2024

From access to spay/neuter surgery to end-of-life services and adoption, we help animals around the world and in our own backyard.

Governor Who Bragged About Shooting Her Dog Is In for a Fright This Halloween

See PETA’s response to South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem admitting that she shot and killed her 14-month-old dog, Cricket, and a goat who smelled “musky.”

86 Companion Animals Spayed or Neutered, Thanks to PETA

PETA’s Mobile Clinics Division has helped spay or neuter more than 227,700 companion animals since it began. See the latest lifesaving event!

White House Egg Roll Used 64,000 Eggs Amid Rising Bird Flu Fears

Should the White House be using eggs in the annual egg roll amid the biggest bird flu outbreak in history? PETA cracks down on the vile egg industry.

If You Find a Baby Bunny Outside, Here’s What to Do

If you can’t catch a rabbit without a chase, they don’t need to be rescued—and other helpful things to know if you find a baby bunny.

Are Human Lives at Risk Due to Research Misconduct in Animal Experiments?

Is a former Cornell dean performing clinical trials on humans based on falsified data from experiments on animals? PETA is pushing NIH to investigate.

Breeders, Beware! L.A. Passes Temporary Ban on Issuing Dog-Breeding Permits

Join PETA in calling on Mayor Bass to do her job and remind city shelters of theirs: to provide shelter to all animals in need.

Nothing to ‘Snicker’ About: Mars Candy Tied to Bleeding Animals

Mars Inc. has a sick connection to what a recent PETA investigation exposed. Find out what the Snickers maker has to do with bleeding dogs and cats.

Animal Companions
See Why French Bulldogs Can’t Breathe: Their Skull vs. a Healthy Dog’s

What does a bulldog skull look like? Why do flat-faced dogs struggle to breathe? PETA answers your questions about breathing-impaired breeds.

Animal Companions
Parades, Adoptions, and 3,237 Animals Sterilized: CAP Winter 2023 Roundup

When an animal is in need, PETA fieldworkers do everything in their power to help. Learn more about their groundbreaking work.

Animal Companions
Photos: See How PETA Helped Dogs Forced to Endure Bitterly Cold Weather

When temperatures hit dangerous lows across North Carolina, PETA fieldworkers helped dogs left outside in the cold. Find out how you can take action for dogs, too.

Death Before the Death Race: Iditarod Training Accidents That Killed Dogs

While training for the Iditarod, dogs have been injured and killed in moose encounters, snowmobile accidents, and many other gory ways. Find out how you can help dogs.

Video: American Racehorse Lives the ‘Dream’ at Her New Home Following PETA’s Eleventh-Hour Rescue Outside South Korean Slaughterhouse

VIDEO: American racehorse My Elusive Dream was moments away from slaughter when PETA swooped in to save her. See where she is now.

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