You won’t want to miss your chance to get exclusive PETA merch with a heartwarming message, designed by illustrator Betsy Baytos.
“No animals were harmed”? We disagree. PETA’s video reveals why you shouldn’t trust American Humane labels.
Wondering what makes turkeys unique and why they don’t belong on a plate? PETA can help you learn all about these lovable birds with distinct personalities.
U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin and PETA helped families by distributing the supplies to make great vegan holiday feasts.
Why would a turkey need a pardon? This year, Courtney Stodden is offering pardon certificates to those who really need them: humans who have eaten turkeys.
Fashion brand NOIZE has teamed up with PETA for a new display in Montréal’s Eaton Centre. Together, we’re calling on shoppers to choose compassionate fashion.
The rest of this weekend’s protests in Austin, Texas, against F1’s ties to the deadly Iditarod will go full steam ahead at Circuit of the Americas.
PETA’s new ad is giving chicken fans a “fowl” surprise: Poop could be lurking inside any package of chicken.
For World Animal Day, see what more than 400 academics and philosophers from around the world have to say about the exploitation of our fellow animals.
One of the most frequent questions we’re asked is “Why do vegans eat food that looks like meat—why not just eat the real thing?” We’ll explain.
Meet Finnegan, a 12-week-old, fiery-orange kitten rescued from under a mobile home by PETA fieldworkers. Now he’s awaiting adoption!
The lone star tick’s bite transmits a molecule that can cause an allergic reaction to meat and dairy in humans—but whether you’ve been bitten or you’re just looking to ditch meat, PETA’s “Lone Star Tick Cookbook” is for you.
These businesses participated in PETA’s push for a vegan Earth Day in 2022. Learn how you can carry on the legacy of this animal- and eco-friendly holiday every day.
Vegan in the military? We’re awarding one U.S. Coast Guard training center that’s making it easier for students to find compassionate meals.
“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