Experience the blue roofs and waters of Santorini with a three-night stay at the island’s first 100% vegan hotel. Bid on this item now in PETA’s end-of-year auction, which helps animals.
Each year in the U.S., about 46 million turkeys are killed and sold for Thanksgiving. That’s why Joaquin Phoenix and PETA are sharing a recipe for kindness with people across the country.
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.
Actor and comedian Sarah Silverman joined PETA to encourage people to rethink holiday traditions and extend kindness to all animals.
PETA’s giveaways, billboard ads, and more helped encourage people to save turkeys by having a “ThanksVegan” celebration in 2023.
PETA is urging Kevin Bacon to toss the eggs out with the bacon and adopt chickens. Here’s why.
There’s nothing sweeter than candy that’s kind to animals, which is why PETA is asking Hershey’s to consider adding a new amusement park mascot.
It’s up to us to turn the tide against the cruel, destructive fishing industry. Here’s how PETA’s Fish Empathy Quilt is getting people to rethink our relationship with fish.
Karen Davis helped change how people think about chickens. Here’s how you can help continue her work.
Animal defender Wayne Hsiung is in jail for helping suffering animals—here’s what you can do to make a difference today!
PETA has an easy guide to help you start living vegan: Find out what to buy, what to make, and where to eat.
Delta Air Lines has won PETA’s Compassion on Board Award for being the first major airline to offer vegan creamer on all its flights departing the U.S.
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.
Before Starbucks gets scored on its annual climate report, PETA is asking the reviewing agency to factor in the company’s unfair, unsustainable practices.
“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