Animals held in deplorable conditions at the shoddy Denver-area mall aquarium SeaQuest Littleton need your help. Join PETA and take action now.
A 12-foot-long python got loose in a shopping mall—but why was she there in the first place? The answer may shock you.
PETA Latino unveiled a massive banner demanding the release of Lolita, who is still languishing in the smallest orca tank in the world.
Countless animals suffer at shady SeaQuest aquariums every day. Meet some of the victims from across the country and read their heartbreaking stories.
Thanks to activists like you, France has just ushered in a new compassionate era with three huge victories for animals suffering in captivity.
These horrifying Covino aquarium reviews on TripAdvisor and Yelp will have you signing PETA’s SeaQuest action alerts faster than you can say “tortoise abuse.”
It’s official: Little Grey and Little White, two formerly captive beluga whales, have been moved from a Chinese marine park to a seaside sanctuary in Iceland.
SeaWorld’s reopening means that staff are forcing animals to perform in shows again. With your help, PETA will take on animal abuse at entertainment venues across the country.
Dolphins used in “swim with dolphins” encounters live in misery. But these visionary designers are throwing exploited dolphins a lifeline—in the form of a robotic counterpart.
If an Australian marine park can stop breeding dolphins and join forces with animal rights activists to build a seaside sanctuary, SeaWorld can, too. NO. MORE. EXCUSES.
Animal exploiters are nonessential—the coronavirus pandemic proves that the world can keep on turning without the torture and killing of animals.
SeaWorld is closed because of the coronavirus, but it should’ve closed long ago for cruelty. Tell the park not to reopen until all the dolphins and whales are released to seaside sanctuaries.
After hearing from PETA how bottlenose dolphins, orcas, and other marine animals suffer in captivity, Snickers officially ended its SeaWorld sponsorship.
To help Americans cope with fear and anxiety over COVID-19, PETA is offering something to smile about: Fewer animals are being abused for entertainment.
“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