Category: Empathy for Animals
As bombs tore apart her home in Ukraine, a pregnant horse desperately attempted to escape an explosion. Watch as PETA-supported teams come to her rescue.
PHOTOS: PETA U.K. ‘Cow’ and ‘Butcher’ Hit COP28 With Warning to Flesh Peddlers Infiltrating a Conference
World leaders got hit with wake-up calls from animal advocates at COP28. Find out why the climate conference must go vegan.
The animals in Gaza who are displaced, starving, abandoned, or injured urgently need help. We have asked the U.N. to ensure that relief supplies reach animals in need.
What does “no-kill” really mean? A PETA vice president joined “The Animal Welfare Junction” podcast to discuss the divisive term.
Three times a year, the Mt. Hope Auction crams thousands of animals into severely crowded pens and stacked cages in its barns. Find out how you can help end this nightmare.
UMass experimenter Agnès Lacreuse’s lab must be shut down, and PETA has the receipts to show why.
PETA successfully urged local law enforcement to investigate the death of a monkey at UC-Davis. Now federal authorities have cited the school for critical violations of animal welfare guidelines.
Rescued in Ukraine! Twenty-five bombs rained down on a town in one day, but PETA-supported rescuers braved the battlefield to save 40 panicking dogs and cats.
PETA reveals: The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued a paltry $9,000 fine after Labcorp staff broke the bones of several monkeys, leading to their deaths.
Stop University of Wisconsin–Madison experimenters from keeping monkeys awake for three days straight in the latest pointless experiment. See what PETA found.
When a local woman alerted us to two thin, chained dogs in Cancún, we acted immediately. See Kal and Abigail now.
A top importer of monkeys into the U.S. for experimentation is feeling the pressure and an entire industry is changing, thanks to PETA supporters. But there’s still work to do.
Hoofed animals endure multiple welfare issues at roadside zoos. PETA nails down each egregious problem and prompts you to help these animals.
An Albanian surgical program has accepted TraumaMan human simulators from PETA, agreeing to spare sheep deadly tests. Learn the lifesaving details here.
You won’t believe these National Institutes of Health experimenters’ latest scheme to make themselves appear “grateful” to the animals they’ve tortured and killed.
“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