Category: Animal Actors
Tonka, a chimpanzee who went missing nearly a year ago and was rescued by PETA last week, has safely arrived at an accredited sanctuary.
PETA has found the missing chimpanzee Tonka alive! He could soon be the 20th chimpanzee PETA has rescued from roadside zoos and private owners since 2013.
Alan Cumming has doubled PETA’s reward for information leading to the discovery of the whereabouts of Tonka the chimpanzee.
Oscar-nominated film “The Power of the Dog” misses the mark by exploiting animals on- and off-screen. Here’s why it’s wrong to use horses in film.
Tai the elephant—beaten and exploited for human entertainment and forced into numerous film and TV productions—has died. PETA mourns the life she was denied.
A pineapple smoothie, a watermelon cake, and guests who want only the best for the birthday girl—once exploited, Popi has cause for celebration.
Every year, PETA honors the actors, directors, writers, and others who advocate for animals through film. Here are the winners of the fourth annual Oscats!
Following a tip from PETA, officials cited a monkey exhibitor after a cruel PR stunt involving James Charles, Jeffree Star, and others.
PETA Germany created this mind-blowingly realistic gorilla using CGI. So we’re here to say—if a nonprofit can do it, so can Hollywood!
Is “The One and Only Ivan” the one and only good thing to happen in 2020? Well, not quite, but find out why PETA is calling this Disney+ flick a full-on animal rights movie.
PETA sent letters to actor Kate McKinnon and Universal Content Productions, urging them not to use real tigers in “Joe vs. Carole.” They listened.
Dogs held in stacked kennels, animals crammed into closets, and a baby mountain lion who died: THIS is why PETA wants animals left out of film and TV productions.
On a recent episode of “River of No Return,” reality star Ron Ens shocked viewers when he struck a tethered horse with a hammer.
Cameras were rolling when a bird reportedly died in “Them That Follow” actor Alice Englert’s hands on set—a needless reminder that animals aren’t entertainers.
“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