Category: Animals in Entertainment
Learn the names and histories of the 24 dolphins SeaWorld just shipped thousands of miles across the globe.
Celebrate a PETA victory for animals! Read why Sam’s Club is the first major company to cut ties with SeaQuest, and learn how you can help.
Everglades Exotics and Predators Unlimited rent out tigers and other animals for parties and photo shoots. Animals are not party favors, and these encounters are dangerous for everyone involved.
Shalom Wildlife “Sanctuary,” a misleadingly named roadside zoo in West Bend, Wisconsin, has made headlines for the drowning deaths of two tiger cubs who were born at the facility. Accidents happen, but Shalom’s history of irresponsibility needs to be examined. Since its opening in 2014, the facility has maintained dubious ties to breeders and has… Read more »
Following a tip from PETA, Lisa Lopez—the operator of a cruel tiger exhibit known as All Things Wild—is in hot water with federal officials.
This holiday season, help your family spread peace on Earth to all animals with PETA’s “Ellie on the Shelf.” Are you up to the “tusk”?
A dead ram and dangerous enclosures are among the many horrible conditions found by USDA inspectors at the notorious Mt. Hope exotic animal auction.
The end of “Animal Actors” at Universal Studios Hollywood reflects the fact that audiences no longer find the use of animals in live shows acceptable or entertaining.
American Greetings, the second-largest greeting card company in the world, has confirmed that it no longer sells greeting cards with demeaning images of chimpanzees.
SeaWorld confines approximately 140 of these highly intelligent marine mammals to just seven small tanks and then feigns surprise when they lash out.
Meet Bua Noi and Kat—Two Great Apes Languishing in Barren Concrete Cages at a Thai Department Store Zoo
Located in a Bangkok department store, Pata Zoo is “one of the worst zoos in the world.” Watch PETA’s video to see the way animals suffer at this crummy hellhole.
Check out PETA Latino’s provocative vigil for SeaWorld victims and the group’s three “ofrendas” for 500+ dead dolphins and whales this Día de los Muertos.
Praxis put a fresh coat of paint on Miami to raise awareness of the dolphins held prisoner at the Miami Seaquarium, who were starved to the point of emaciation.
“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