Ingrid Newkirk has a special holiday message for you that will brighten your spirits and help you ring in the new year ready to help animals.
Karen Davis helped change how people think about chickens. Here’s how you can help continue her work.
Give PETA a power-up that will boost our vital work and “pwn” animal abusers in laboratories, roadside zoos, and other places.
Companies like Tyson and Perdue are shutting down slaughterhouses in an effort to cut costs as the demand for meat drops.
How do animal hoarders compare with roadside zoos and puppy mills? PETA spotlights their speciesist similarities and what you can do to help their victims.
If someone asks, “What’s the dark side of PETA?” we’ve got the answer. Let us shine a lightsaber on the truth of our efforts for animal rights.
The 2023 Young Ones Student Awards highlights some of the best design work from students around the globe. Here are some of PETA’s favorite anti-speciesist campaigns.
It’s time to get out the vegan craft supplies and stick it to speciesism with an animal rights message for everyone to see on your special day.
The PETA-supported team was asked to rescue 1,000 fish from the battle zone in Bakhmut—and you’ll never guess what they offered the owner!
It’s not surprising that PETA Foundation employees participate in colorful stunts to highlight animal issues, but you might be surprised by Kelly and Amber’s day jobs.
From orphans feeding homeless animals to a little dog getting a chance at a better life, you won’t want to miss these updates from PETA-supported rescuers in Ukraine. Here’s how your Global Compassion Fund support is making all of this possible!
From puzzles and stickers to vegan tips, this free magazine has everything your kids need to be superheroes for animals.
If you’re looking for new stories to fire your child’s imagination, PETA Kids’ favorite books are full of colorful and engaging tales of empathy for animals.
James Cromwell is PETA’s 2022 Person of the Year after he—at the age of 82—superglued his hand to the café counter at a Starbucks store and took other actions for animals.
“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