Category: Animal Companions
A certain beloved five-time GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter better watch out—there’s a new “Queen of Christmas” in town, and all she wants for Christmas is you.
The animals in Gaza who are displaced, starving, abandoned, or injured urgently need help. We have asked the U.N. to ensure that relief supplies reach animals in need.
What does “no-kill” really mean? A PETA vice president joined “The Animal Welfare Junction” podcast to discuss the divisive term.
Victoria Scone, an international star from multiple “RuPaul’s Drag Race” franchises, has joined PETA U.K. for a special campaign—and it’s the cat’s meow.
Owners killed, homes destroyed—for many animals in Ukraine, this can seem like the end. But it’s only the beginning, thanks to PETA-supported teams. Learn how to fuel their work!
Follow these 12 tips for animal-friendly decor that will keep everyone in your home safe during the holidays.
Can’t decide whether to adopt a rambunctious kitten or a “retired and loving it” senior cat? Get the best of both worlds with Elmer!
What’s wrong with greeting cards featuring pugs or bulldogs? Rite Aid and PETA agree there’s nothing cheerful about animals who can’t breathe.
Rescued in Ukraine! Twenty-five bombs rained down on a town in one day, but PETA-supported rescuers braved the battlefield to save 40 panicking dogs and cats.
When a local woman alerted us to two thin, chained dogs in Cancún, we acted immediately. See Kal and Abigail now.
Thanks to your help, PETA-supported teams in Ukraine were able to give cats saved from the battlefield the comfort and safety they deserve. Check it out!
PETA ‘Fixes’ Danville Cats and Dogs for Free! See How We’re Curbing Companion Animal Overpopulation in Underserved Areas
PETA trekked to an underserved community in Virginia to help curb companion animal overpopulation and homelessness. See how our mobile clinic made an impact!
“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