It’s Time for Hollywood to ‘Strike’ Animal Exploitation

The writers’ and actors’ strike gives animals who are used for entertainment a much-needed break. Let’s call, “Cut!” on this exploitation.

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5 of the Top Animal Exploiters PETA Has Shut Down

Why isn’t PETA shut down? We wish we were—as it would mean that we had met our goal and that animals are no longer being exploited for human desires.

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Victory! Walmart Bans Greeting Cards Mocking Great Apes

Walmart, the largest retail company in the world, made a compassionate move for chimpanzees and other endangered great apes.

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Victory! Walgreens Says ‘Goodbye’ to Demeaning Greeting Cards of Great Apes

Another retail giant has followed Rite Aid and CVS in banning the sale of greeting cards that mock great apes. Urge Hallmark to follow suit!

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And the Winners of PETA’s Sixth Annual Oscat Awards Are…

The results are in! Find out which movies from 2022 won animal-friendly awards in PETA’s Oscats.

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22 Victories for Animals Exploited for Entertainment in 2022

PETA celebrated major wins for exploited animals in 2022, including a successful nationwide search for a chimpanzee and taking down a “Tiger King” villain in court.

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Universal Studios Hollywood to End ‘Animal Actors’; PETA Hopes Orlando Will Follow

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.

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Victory! American Greetings Ends Sales of Demeaning Chimpanzee Cards After PETA Campaign

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.

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Grin or Grimace? Greeting Card Association Posts PETA Primatologist’s Position

The Greeting Card Association is helping to expose the dark side of what were once thought of as “silly cards.”

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PETA’s ‘Horses’ Protested HBO’s ‘The Gilded Age’ in the Wake of Whistleblower Reports Alleging Mistreatment

After a horse allegedly died on the set of HBO’s “The Gilded Age,” PETA has received more damning whistleblower reports. Here’s what we know, and what we’re doing about it.

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VIDEO: Alan Cumming Gives Update on Tonka, Chimpanzee Rescued by PETA

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Tonka the chimpanzee—rescued earlier this year by PETA from a cramped cell in a Missouri basement—is recovering at a Florida sanctuary.

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Alan Cumming Doubles PETA’s Reward to Find Missing Costar

Alan Cumming has doubled PETA’s reward for information leading to the discovery of the whereabouts of Tonka the chimpanzee.

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Horses Are Suffering on Film and TV Sets—Tell the Industry to STOP Exploiting Them!

Which film is supposedly forcing horses to suffer in extreme heat in Malta? PETA sent an urgent letter to director Ridley Scott after hearing from a whistleblower.

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‘The Witcher’ Is Monstrous to Animals—Here’s How

While Geralt is hunting monsters, he should go after the dealers who rent out animals to be used in shows like “The Witcher.”

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Goodbye, Tai: PETA Laments Death of Elephant Forced to Perform in Movies, TV

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.

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PETA’s Milestones for Animals: 1980 to Now

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“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