Category: Animals in Entertainment
The sun’s set on Sunrise Side, the now-defunct roadside zoo where an injured bear was neglected and a lion bit off part of a visitor’s finger. If Oswald’s Bear Ranch were clued in, it’d fold, too.
The sight and sounds of Kiska the orca as she appears to bash her head against the glass of her small Marineland tank will haunt you, as will the rest of her heartbreaking story.
Six animals, including three dolphins, endured horrific deaths at the Miami Seaquarium in just over a year, and the public deserves answers.
New York tracks rake in $250 million in state subsidies annually—even though 90% of the state’s residents never go to the races.
Dangerous, Hands-On Encounters; Customers Bitten by Big Cats: PETA Exposes Zoological Wildlife Foundation
At least three humans have been bitten by dangerous wild animals at the Zoological Wildlife Foundation. Here’s why you should stay away from there.
Exotic-cat cubs are torn away from their mothers to be used for photo ops when they’re just hours, days, or weeks old. You can help these animals.
Lion-Killing Physical Therapist From Missouri Lured Mopane From Hwange Park Using an Elephant Carcass (Report)
In a murder hauntingly similar to Cecil’s, a Missouri physical therapist reportedly paid to lure Mopane from Hwange Park using an elephant carcass then maim and kill the beloved lion.
PETA, World Animal Protection, and other advocacy groups are recognizing the major progress being made for lions, who are used in South Africa’s trophy-hunting industry.
PETA protesters are making a splash in Miami to mark the 51 years that have passed since humans abducted the orca Lolita from her ocean home.
PETA’s Bob Baffert impersonator has a giant syringe, a poppy seed bagel, and a whole host of excuses for his drug violations.
The “Bears of Bearadise Ranch” exhibitor is using the connection between bears she exploits and “Brother Bear” as advertising. But the film’s star has a different perspective, one of empathy.
Six chimpanzees who endured years of deprivation at the defunct Missouri Primate Foundation are now safe at a lush, accredited sanctuary and will never be exploited again—thanks to PETA.
Imagine going a decade without a dental exam. For this black bear at Pocono Snake & Animal Farm—suffering from a broken tooth with the pulp painfully exposed—the nightmare is real.
From October 2020 to June 2021, more than 900 horses were killed in South Korea. The Korea Racing Authority doesn’t want anyone to know their identities.
“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