In just one weekend, PETA Latino sterilized more than 200 animals. Learn how their efforts will help end the companion animal overpopulation crisis.
A heavy chain couldn’t stop Duke’s joy when PETA’s team first saw him in Cancún. See how they changed his life and learn how you can help dogs like him.
Do you think cats deserve to breathe? We do, too. Find out why breeding flat-faced cats for sale is so cruel.
PETA fieldworkers are changing lives in Mexico. The team has spent the last week helping dogs like Simon, whom they found chained to a concrete slab.
Buying a sick puppy at the Tijuana border isn’t rescuing them. Instead, it’s helping to ensure that dozens more puppies will be bred and sold the same way.
The story goes that breeders told Logan Paul that Pearl the pig was a “mini pig”—a species that doesn’t exist. Her story serves as a reminder never to buy an animal.
New York’s Puppy Mill Pipeline Bill has been signed into law, so countless cats, dogs, and rabbits will be saved from being bred and sold at pet stores.
See some of the shocking findings that PETA’s investigations uncovered—and how our work helped animals in 2022.
PETA Latino’s Cancún event may have prevented the birth of more than 2,000 animals in the next 12 months alone!
A French bulldog’s win in the 2022 National Dog Show is nothing to celebrate. Here’s why it’s nothing short of cruel to breed—or buy—dogs like Winston.
As communities experience the disastrous results of misguided “no-kill” policies, PETA urges shelters to make animals, not statistics, their priority.
When an animal is in need, PETA fieldworkers do everything in their power to help. Learn more about their groundbreaking work.
Do you know when your dog’s or cat’s rabies vaccination expires? Forgetting can be deadly for all your loved ones.
Cancún, Mexico, has a surplus of animals but no lack of heart. PETA Latino’s clinic helped residents care for their animal companions.
“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