Category: Empathy for Animals
Fish feel pain, too! And if your family usually celebrates Father’s Day by accompanying Dad to the local fishing hole, this will help you start a kinder tradition.
Twitter gets it: Words matter. It banned hate speech that’s dehumanizing on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, disability, disease, and nationality. Will it consider species, too?
This downloadable Easter card from PETA LAMBS uses poetry to raise a question: Should we celebrate Jesus’ life by funding animals’ deaths?
An extra $1,400 might not be a lifesaver for you—but it could be for an animal with little or nothing. Here are some ideas that “pay it forward”!
Whether horse or human, cow or chicken, all females deserve respect. Here’s how to take a stand against abuse on International Women’s Day and every day.
Why should you stop using the term “sled dog”? PETA explains why this is speciesist and how dogs are “factory-farmed” for deadly races like the Iditarod.
Everyone knows that the words we use have the power to create a more inclusive world or to perpetuate oppression, so PETA is asking everyone to think before they speak—or type.
Single parenting can be tough, but this widowed orangutan is nurturing and caring for his daughters.
A suspect who’s been charged with arson in connection with one of the wildfires in the western U.S. will have to answer for the animal suffering that he’s accused of causing, too.
TeachKind’s free “Challenging Assumptions” curriculum empowers students to question societal norms and inspires empathy for all regardless of race, gender, sexual identity, age, ability, or species.
A PETA fieldworker tells all: One of those featured in the documentary “Breaking the Chain” takes you behind the scenes to show her work for animals in just 24 hours.
For the first time ever, a documentary is sounding the alarm on a national crisis affecting dogs and other companion animals. Watch “Breaking the Chain” on demand now.
As you well know, your children are listening and picking up on things you say—for better or for worse. This may be one of the most important times in history to raise kids who care.
More than all the candles, flowers, tears, and words in the world, Jenny would have wanted anyone honoring her memory to do so by showing kindness to animals.
PETA’s Dan Mathews shares how being raised by a mother with schizophrenia led him to develop creative and effective ways to help animals and humans.
“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