Rodeos are dangerous to bulls, horses, and humans. There are certainly more civilized ways to entertain ourselves, without harming a soul.
One terrified party involved in this California Rodeo was forced to participate in the event: the bull. Help PETA ban “sports” that harm bulls like him.
“Bucking Tradition,” a video by Action for Animals Oakland, is showing people everywhere why they should never go to a rodeo. Check it out now.
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.
The Bandera Ham Rodeo exemplifies how speciesism causes humans to treat animals inhumanely for cheap thrills, and PETA needs your help to end it now.
We can sleep better at night, knowing that a huge company like Airbnb bans direct-contact activities that abuse and exploit wild animals.
Tormenting bulls for entertainment is as dangerous to them as it is to the human riders. The difference is, the bulls didn’t consent.
An up-and-coming star bull abuser rode in his last rodeo this past Mother’s Day when a 1-ton bull stomped the cowboy’s chest in.
PETA activists are the best when it comes to pushing for complete animal liberation. Check out just a few of our victories from April.
PETA will continue working to shut down this abusive spectacle everywhere Tim Lepard goes.
After PETA and LION members called for the Banana Derby act to be excluded from the East Northport Fireman’s Fair, the department responded by banning all animal acts.
The footage shows scores of people cheering as the defenseless, tethered bull tries to escape.
A professional baseball team allows monkeys to be strapped to dogs who chase sheep? Animal advocates went ape.
“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