Category: Social Justice
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.
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.
Drone strikes threatened a PETA-supported rescue mission. How did everyone get out alive? Watch the video to find out—and learn how to support this work.
Owners killed, homes destroyed—for many animals in Ukraine, this can seem like the end. But it’s only the beginning, thanks to PETA-supported teams. Learn how to fuel their work!
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.
More than 1,000 people with attention disorders are taking aim at Johns Hopkins University’s owl abuse.
PETA is calling for a new policy to name tropical storms and hurricanes after beef, butter, cheese, and other animal-derived foods. Find out why.
Winter in conflict-ridden Ukraine is awful for many humans and animals. Learn how PETA donated nearly 1,000 fur coats and accessories there for humans in need.
PETA-supported teams in Ukraine knew what they had to do when they crossed paths with a goat bleating for help. Find out what you can do for animals during the war in Ukraine.
In her video address, PETA President Ingrid Newkirk appeals for an end to violence for all—including our fellow animals—based on understanding and empathy.
Igor Sobko has seen horrors and heartwarming recoveries while working with PETA-supported rescue teams to save animals in Ukraine. Learn how you can support this work!
All social movements have a responsibility to shake people out of their comfort zones. Learn why from PETA President Ingrid Newkirk.
From orphans feeding homeless animals to a little dog getting a chance at a better life, you won’t want to miss these updates from PETA-supported rescuers in Ukraine. Here’s how your Global Compassion Fund support is making all of this possible!
Animals in Petra rely on free veterinary care provided by a clinic supported by PETA’s Global Compassion Fund. What will happen to them as civil unrest erupts on the streets?
“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