Get ready to roll out the red carpet as we celebrate the most animal-friendly films of the year at the Oscat Awards!
Meet Ratty, the avocado-loving rodent who nibbled his way into my life and taught me an important lesson about using humane traps.
To spread love for our fellow animals on Valentine’s Day, PETA’s cupids traded in their bows and arrows for something tastier.
Did you know that the world’s wealthiest person built his fortune on animal suffering? PETA reveals how Louis Vuitton’s CEO got filthy rich selling exotic skins and fur.
Don’t share that mini cow TikTok video—instead, share these reasons why people should NEVER buy mini cows as “pets.”
What wag-worthy news is PETA celebrating? A top U.S. ad agency made THIS compassionate decision in behalf of pugs, bulldogs, and other breathing-impaired breeds.
A new study found that THESE products are the leading culprit of fatal food-related allergic reactions in children under 16.
Why are high-end brands still selling “luxury leather” when animal-free and eco-friendly options are readily available? PETA reveals the rip-off.
“Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget” flips the script, exposing farms while promoting compassion for chickens with a side of vegan nuggets.
PETA’s 2023 Company of the Year is the “apple” of our eye for its decision to say “adIOS” to cruelly obtained animal-derived leather.
Sherlyn’s heartfelt plea on the Día de Muertos spotlights the urgent need to end bullfighting and protect the sensitive, intelligent animals it tortures and kills.
H&M continues to sell cashmere sweaters despite the horror story behind their production. PETA’s new ad exposes the sinister cruelty.
AWARD! “The Fall of the House of Usher” on Netflix impressed PETA with how it handled animal testing. Find out the chilling reasons why.
“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