Killing sensitive owls in a laboratory with government permission is morally bankrupt and, as PETA is arguing in federal court, a breach of the animals’ constitutional rights.
The first-ever federal oversight of medication dosage in horse racing just passed, and it all started with one PETA investigation.
2020 may have blown chunks, but PETA gutted animal testing like never before! Relive 20 of our favorite victories from this year that saved millions of animals.
Greta Thunberg—climate activist, devoted vegan, and agitator to science deniers everywhere—is now the star of her own riveting documentary.
Horseshoe crabs have survived mass extinctions and ice ages. But they’ve never met a danger as big as the speciesist humans who want their blood.
When it comes to solving climate change, there’s no time machine to go back and fix the damage humans have done—unless the world goes vegan.
Good news: The Environmental Protection Agency is reducing pesticide testing on animals! Find out how you can help end more cruel tests.
Progress for ‘Pet’ Snakes! Zoo Med Removes a Major Lie About Its Cramped Tanks After Landmark PETA Lawsuit!
Some dictionaries mistakenly define “snake” as “a treacherous or deceitful person,” but it was Zoo Med that lied to customers about the inadequate tanks it peddles for these sensitive animals.
A renderer admitted that one pig “probably should be euthanized” but that Tyson was trying to sell the animal in an attempt to make “five bucks.”
Thanks to activists like you, France has just ushered in a new compassionate era with three huge victories for animals suffering in captivity.
“Breaking the Chain” exposed a nationwide crisis of animal neglect. Here’s how you can help chained “backyard dogs” in your neighborhood right now.
Visitors, beware! Read these shocking reviews from disgruntled people who wish they’d never bought a ticket to a dingy roadside zoo.
On the opening day of the Toronto International Film Festival, attendees came face to face with PETA’s anti–Canada Goose message.
PETA’s ad reminds consumers that they have the power to make a change and end the needless suffering of hens by boycotting eggs now.
One year ago today, the EPA committed to ending toxicity experiments on mammals. How much has changed since then?
“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