Action Alerts: Animals Used for Clothing
Does your “bleating” heart yearn for opportunities to help goats? PETA makes it easy to take action for these animals from the palm of your hand.
A breaking PETA Asia investigation shows that the cashmere industry is a rip-off.
Please encourage Palace Station not to host events like the American Mink Exchange auction!
Contact Title Nine and ask that it stand by its commitment to equality and sustainability by ending its sale of down products.
Although down is used in some winter apparel and bedding, there’s nothing warm or cozy about how birds suffer when they’re exploited for their feathers.
Did These Feathers Fill Your Jackets? PETA Exposes Gruesome Slaughter Connected to Global Down Supplier
A new investigation takes you inside a slaughterhouse where geese and ducks are killed for down.
REI continues to sell products with the meaningless Responsible Down Standard (RDS) tag and to claim that the birds used for the down jackets it sells are “treated well,” despite a new PETA Asia investigation exposing cruelty to birds at RDS suppliers.
A PETA Asia investigation reveals ducks’ agonizing deaths to make Responsible Down Standard–certified down for suppliers of GAP Inc., Guess, H&M, and others.
Speak up for goats—urge H&M to ban mohair and cashmere!
An investigation by PETA Asia reveals that terrified geese are held down and decapitated with an axe for “Responsible Down Standard”–certified down. Does this look “responsible” to you?
No matter the farm, no matter the continent—when eyewitnesses from PETA U.S. and other PETA entities have gone into shearing sheds, they’ve found that sheep are abused (and eventually killed) for their wool.
“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