Category: Horse Drawn Carriages
From monkeys to horses to sheep to whales—2020 was a great year for animal rights. Don’t miss these eight huge victories that were the result of PETA’s and its affiliates’ work around the world.
Your voice makes a difference! Electric cars and buses will replace the egregiously abused horses and camels forced to haul tourists at the Giza pyramids.
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.
Animal exploiters are nonessential—the coronavirus pandemic proves that the world can keep on turning without the torture and killing of animals.
Horses in Chicago will no longer be forced to pound the pavement through extreme heat, thunderstorms, and bone-chilling blizzards.
PETA friend Alec Baldwin urges NYC’s mayor to stop horse-drawn carriage rides after drivers were filmed handing tourists reused blankets amid coronavirus pandemic.
Heartbreaking video footage shows a horse used by the carriage industry collapsing in Central Park and then being dragged onto a trailer. 💔
Horses and camels are forced to haul visitors on their back without access to food, water, or shade.
New York City just passed a new measure to protect horses forced to pull carriages from collapsing and dying in the summer heat.
Following PETA’s call for a ban on trainers with multiple violations, New York kicks out Hall of Fame trainer.
This isn’t the first time an accident involving a horse-drawn carriage in Savannah has resulted in injury—but let’s help make it the last.
The heartbreaking footage reminds us again how cruel and dangerous horse-drawn carriages are. Here’s what you can do to help the horses.
The push for complete animal liberation has skyrocketed in Israel—and in the global Jewish community in general—so what’s going on?
Montréal successfully banned this spectacle, but horses continue to escape, collapse, or die on other Canadian and U.S. streets. Help PETA change that today.
“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