Category: Air Cruelty
Since the USDA isn’t interested in doing its job, PETA is looking for a federal agency that is. Next up: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
After a decade of PETA campaigns, Air France has added monkeys to its “No Fly” list. Read on to learn how you can take action for monkeys.
In this powerful op-ed, PETA’s primate scientist explains how the truck crash that left three monkeys dead, others likely injured, and one woman with an infected eye exposed the dangers of transporting monkeys destined for labs.
Who are monkeys like the ones in the news after a truck accident in Pennsylvania?
Alliance Ground International is reportedly complicit in transporting monkeys to their deaths in laboratories. And it just let a dog die in an airport warehouse.
This “horror show” is evidence of a widespread problem: Millions of American dogs are euthanized each year, yet thousands are shipped from overseas, adding to the death toll.
PETA is going full steam ahead to make the world a brighter place. See all the ways we’ve helped animals in just the first three months of the year.
It’s been 30 years since 1989’s Ebola-Reston crisis, yet Air France still ships monkeys to the U.S. and laboratories like Covance still torment and kill them.
A striking protest outside the Russian Embassy in London today urged Russia’s space agency to abandon its unethical “monkeys on Mars” mission.
TAP Portugal confirmed that it will no longer ship shark fins, hunting trophies or animals destined for laboratories after hearing from PETA.
A street action by PETA Germany captures just how uneasy most members of the public feel when they learn about Air France’s secretive primate shipments.
The iconic African wildlife defender penned a letter to the company urging it to stop shipping the carcasses of exotic animals.
Life is hell for monkeys in laboratories—and so is the journey to get there.
Japan Airlines joins virtually every major airline in the world in banning these cruel shipments.
“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