After more than a decade of campaigning—including protests and runway disruptions—by PETA and our international affiliates, Valentino has announced that it will ban fur.
The Canada lynx is a threatened species, but a “special rule” deprives them of the protections of the Endangered Species Act. PETA and other groups are petitioning to close the loophole.
Kering confirmed that its brands Balenciaga and Alexander McQueen are officially fur-free, leaving Saint Laurent and Brioni as the company’s only holdouts. Join Gillian Anderson in urging Kering to implement a fur-free ban across all of its fashion houses.
PETA kept the pressure on Saks to drop fur for over a decade, and the department store finally came to its senses and did the right thing.
The list of countries with mink COVID-19 outbreaks seems to be growing every day. As the global fur industry collapses, PETA can only say, “We told you so.”
Fur factory farms in Utah are deadly to tens of thousands of minks and a threat to humans, too. Here’s why PETA is calling for their closure in the face of COVID-19.
Last September, France announced historic bans on dolphinariums, the use of animals in circuses, and killing minks for their fur. See what this week’s vote will mean for animals.
These companies are master manipulators, but PETA’s turning up the heat on each and every one of them with this year’s “Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire” Awards.
Years of social media takeovers, floods of phone calls and e-mails, global protests, and other pressure by PETA and our affiliates have paid off for rabbits.
The TJX-owned Canadian department store chain Winners has just banned fur, scoring a major win for animals in the fur industry.
Thanks to activists like you, France has just ushered in a new compassionate era with three huge victories for animals suffering in captivity.
After nearly 90,000 supporters of PETA and its affiliates contacted Polish officials, Poland—the world’s third-largest fur producer—is poised to prevent the suffering of millions of minks, foxes, and raccoon dogs.
On the opening day of the Toronto International Film Festival, attendees came face to face with PETA’s anti–Canada Goose message.
“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