A video of a tiger attacking a trainer during a live circus show is yet another cautionary tale that no one should have needed.
See some of the shocking findings that PETA’s investigations uncovered—and how our work helped animals in 2022.
“No animals were harmed”? We disagree. PETA’s video reveals why you shouldn’t trust American Humane labels.
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.
This shady intermediary of the roadside zoo industry buys and sells animals and has a history of sending them to slaughter. Take action against roadside zoos!
Every year, PETA honors the actors, directors, writers, and others who advocate for animals through film. Here are the winners of the fourth annual Oscats!
Workers violated Luna, forcibly impregnating her to create a living prop for the park’s shows. She rejected her first baby. Now this one, her fourth, is doomed to a life of suffering.
The first-ever federal oversight of medication dosage in horse racing just passed, and it all started with one PETA investigation.
Tigers are known for their unique coat patterns, which (in nature) help them camouflage themselves. But at Waccatee Zoo, Lila no longer looks like a tiger—she’s almost bald.
Thanks to PETA and other animal rights activists, if “Saturday Night Live” filmed its “monkeys throwing poop” skit today, exploiting Mikey or other chimpanzees wouldn’t be an option.
PETA blew the lid off horse trainer Steve Asmussen’s misuse of thyroxine. Now, the California Horse Racing Board is taking action to curb abuse of the powerful prescription drug.
Never support any venue that allows tourists to interact with tigers, leopards, or other big cats. Here’s how ones that do put everyone involved at risk.
Makers of The Red Lantern call their video game “story-driven.” But by including a “Dogs Always Live” setting, they’re sugarcoating more than 150 real dogs’ tragic stories.
Your voice makes a difference! Electric cars and buses will replace the egregiously abused horses and camels forced to haul tourists at the Giza pyramids.
It’s not shocking that a bear would lash out after being beaten, and it’s appalling that animals are still being exploited and abused for entertainment in 2020.
“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