Animal Companions

5 Shocking PETA Investigations That Sparked Major Action for Animals in 2022

See some of the shocking findings that PETA’s investigations uncovered—and how our work helped animals in 2022.

Take Action

PETA to COP15: Solve the Biodiversity Crisis, Stop the Monkey Importation Pipeline

As COP15 gets underway, PETA urges participants to consider ending the importation of monkeys to laboratories to help stem the biodiversity crisis unfolding worldwide.

Take Action © iStock.com/ittipon2002

PETA President’s Public Shower Highlights Meat, Eggs, and Dairy’s Devastating Roles in Drought

Are your meals drying up the planet? Ingrid Newkirk pulls back the curtain on the harm wrought by animal agriculture by lathering up in the middle of a busy street.

Take Action

Parents: Count Down to Christmas With These 12 Ways to Help Animals

Looking for fun activities to fill winter break? Grab the glue stick and some construction paper and show your kids how to help animals have a holly jolly Christmas.

Take Action
Entertainment

Animals WERE Harmed: How American Humane Has Failed Animals

“No animals were harmed”? We disagree. PETA’s video reveals why you shouldn’t trust American Humane labels.

Take Action

Bigotry begins when categories such as race, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or species are used to justify discrimination.

Here’s How PETA Helped Animals This ‘ThanksVegan’—and How You Can, Too

PETA’s giveaways, billboard ads, and more helped encourage people to spare turkeys by having a “ThanksVegan” celebration in 2022.

Take Action

(PHOTOS) COP27’s Meaty Menu Prompts Vegan Push From ‘Lettuce Ladies’

Double standards are on full display at COP27, and PETA is calling on the UN to go vegan or go home.

Take Action
Food

See Things From a Turkey’s Perspective This ‘ThanksVegan’ and Beyond

Wondering what makes turkeys unique and why they don’t belong on a plate? PETA can help you learn all about these lovable birds with distinct personalities.

Take Action

She Did Not Consent: PETA Highlights Sexual Abuse on Farms

From nursing mother pigs locked in farrowing crates, to mother cows restrained in devices called “rape racks,” being violated without consent isn’t just a human problem.

Take Action

U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin and PETA Hand Out ‘ThanksVegan’ Supplies

U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin and PETA helped families by distributing the supplies to make great vegan holiday feasts.

Take Action

The PETA Shop: Apparel, Accessories, and More!

Amid COP27, PETA Asks Pope to Excommunicate Meat-Eating Catholics

What if the pope announced that any Catholic eating animals would be excommunicated? PETA has urged him to do just that—and more—to combat the climate catastrophe.

Take Action

Courtney Stodden Grants Pardons for Reformed Turkey Eaters

Why would a turkey need a pardon? This year, Courtney Stodden is offering pardon certificates to those who really need them: humans who have eaten turkeys.

Take Action

Looking for Craft Projects This ‘ThanksVegan’? PETA Kids Is Lending a Hand

Help your kids encourage kindness to turkeys by making a traditional Thanksgiving craft with an animal rights twist.

Take Action

How Many Animals Are Killed When Humans Harvest Plants?

When animal-abusing industries try to “destroy vegans with facts and logic,” they struggle to make sense. Here are the real facts about eating vegan.

Take Action © iStock.com/oticki

PETA Protests for Pigs as Supreme Court Considers Prop 12

PETA President Ingrid Newkirk is protesting for pigs in D.C. as the Supreme Court considers Prop 12. But you don’t have to be there to help animals. See what you can do!

Take Action

Save 200 Animals Every Year by Going Vegan

Get PETA Updates

Stay up to date on the latest vegan trends and get breaking animal rights news delivered straight to your inbox!

By submitting this form, you are agreeing to our collection, storage, use, and disclosure of your personal info in accordance with our privacy policy as well as to receiving e-mails from us.

 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“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