A woman approached a bison at Yellowstone National Park. What happened next is a cautionary tale about why you should leave wildlife alone.
By keeping vile glue traps off store shelves, Target is proving that it has a big heart for small animals.
A group of high school students reportedly hung a dead shark from the rafters of their high school as an alleged “senior prank.” PETA’s urging empathy lessons.
The lone star tick’s bite transmits a molecule that can cause an allergic reaction to meat and dairy in humans—but whether you’ve been bitten or you’re just looking to ditch meat, PETA’s “Lone Star Tick Cookbook” is for you.
Will the Ministry of Defence go faux? PETA U.K. called for its high-performing faux–bear fur caps to be quick-marched into service at a meeting with members of Parliament.
These grisly photos reveal animals who were violently killed during Argentina’s hunting season. Speak out against hunting!
After students at a Canadian elementary school witnessed a gruesome dissection of rabbits, PETA offered animal-free dissection methods.
Instead of using live groundhogs, PETA pitched a new, animal-friendly Groundhog Day tradition to The Punxsutawney Groundhog Club.
A stag facing death at the end of a rifle made a snap decision that saved his life—and opened a hunter’s eyes to the dangers of his “sport.”
See what happens at illegal hunting training stations in Russia in this shocking video of a brown bear held at one of these cruel facilities.
Countless animals suffer and die in arson wildfires. Here’s how animal protection laws in California are failing these victims.
Lion-Killing Physical Therapist From Missouri Lured Mopane From Hwange Park Using an Elephant Carcass (Report)
In a murder hauntingly similar to Cecil’s, a Missouri physical therapist reportedly paid to lure Mopane from Hwange Park using an elephant carcass then maim and kill the beloved lion.
PETA, World Animal Protection, and other advocacy groups are recognizing the major progress being made for lions, who are used in South Africa’s trophy-hunting industry.
Explosions in the air can be upsetting to veterans, small children, and anyone else with a sensitivity to loud sounds—but they’re often deadly to dogs and cats.
“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