Category: Animals in Entertainment
As bombs tore apart her home in Ukraine, a pregnant horse desperately attempted to escape an explosion. Watch as PETA-supported teams come to her rescue.
A new community of people online are exposing what our fellow primates endure in laboratories. Find out how to support them.
Because of indifference and greed, Mali the elephant died the same way she had lived for nearly 50 years: alone in a concrete pen at the Manila Zoo.
Three times a year, the Mt. Hope Auction crams thousands of animals into severely crowded pens and stacked cages in its barns. Find out how you can help end this nightmare.
Are you ready to check “Go on an African safari” off your bucket list? Bid today to help animals in PETA’s end-of-year auction.
Gunner the horse was frightened during a carriage repair and fled to a busy street in New York. Read the breaking story and find out how to help horses now.
The man who allegedly set fire to a barn, burning more than two dozen horses alive, will face felony charges for killing the animals. Learn more about the story.
A recent incident involving a circus near Rome has sparked concern from the public—and from a local mayor—about the dangers of cruel circuses.
How did PETA help pave the way for the federal criminal investigation that led to convictions for illegally drugging horses?
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.
Hoofed animals endure multiple welfare issues at roadside zoos. PETA nails down each egregious problem and prompts you to help these animals.
Live Butterflies at Paris Fashion Week? After Hearing From PETA, Designer Agrees to Stop Exploiting Living Beings on the Runway
Living beings aren’t ours to use as props—that’s what a clothing designer learned after pulling a speciesist stunt while showing his line of dresses at Paris Fashion Week.
Sherlyn’s heartfelt plea on the Día de Muertos spotlights the urgent need to end bullfighting and protect the sensitive, intelligent animals it tortures and kills.
The feds have cited the Miami Seaquarium so many times that PETA had to write to county officials. Learn the aim of our letter here.
PETA U.K.’s papal plea to help bulls took to the streets in Rome with a display that turned heads and changed hearts.
“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