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In 2023, PETA’s dedicated team worked all year to shut down barbaric laboratories, advance non-animal tests, and expose the cruelty of experiments on animals.
An army-funded brain-damage test on ferrets has ended at Wayne State University. Now PETA is urging the military to ban weapon-wounding tests on all animals.
An Albanian surgical program has accepted TraumaMan human simulators from PETA, agreeing to spare sheep deadly tests. Learn the lifesaving details here.
Killing animals doesn’t help members of the U.S. Navy, so why is the military branch wasting time and money on cruel experiments?
A push from PETA sunk the U.S. Navy’s deadly and pointless decompression tests on sheep—so why is the military branch still tormenting other animals?
Discover the chilling secrets behind the front lines as thousands of people read PETA’s scorching op-ed by retired Army Sgt. Carla Gunn.
If someone asks, “What’s the dark side of PETA?” we’ve got the answer. Let us shine a lightsaber on the truth of our efforts for animal rights.
When we talk about “the goat,” we don’t mean Tom Brady. Learn more about gentle, curious goats with these eight amazing facts.
What are dogs, cats, and other animals enduring in the U.S. Army’s “classified” weapon-wounding tests? We’re pushing for answers and calling for a ban.
The bloodshed of war is not limited to humans. PETA explains why other animals are not soldiers and how you can help end the use of animals in war.
Mice and rats in laboratories suffer from “cold stress”, altering the results of experiments in an epidemic of bad science. Tell Congress to act now to protect mice and rats.
PETA worked hard this year to help animals who are used in cruel experiments. Here’s what we accomplished in 2021!
It’s moving viewers to tears—and action. Experience PETA’s bold new exhibit and see nearly 200 stories about animals used in experiments.
We’re starting 2020 with hope, because last year, we saved millions of living individuals who were being tormented and ultimately killed in laboratories.
There is always a way to avoid hurting animals. Dr. Bryan Webb found a great one of his own.
“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