For her work against the Southwest National Primate Research Center, this Texas student is receiving PETA’s Hero to Animals Award.
In 2021, PETA worked hard for horses used in the racing industry—the votes are in for our top attention-grabbing events.
Santa isn’t the only one keeping a “naughty” list. PETA is delivering a special present to those who haven’t been kind to animals this year.
Treat yo’ELF to some family-friendly fun and let your kids know that this compassionate character wants them to skip “naughty” and go straight to “nice” for each other and animals.
From makeup and munchies to the most inspiring celebs, help us pick the winners of PETA’s 2021 Libby Awards by voting today.
Every wool Allbirds shoe represents a sheep who may have been kicked, punched, or left in a pool of their own blood on a shearing shed floor. Join PETA, its new shareholder, in taking action!
Here’s why PETA is encouraging Major League Baseball coaches, announcers, players, and fans to changeup their language and embrace “the arm barn.”
Feeling overwhelmed? We’ve all been there. When you need extra encouragement, try one of these ideas from PETA staffers.
She may be the Mistress of the Dark, but when it comes to animal liberation, Elvira’s new book—“Yours Cruelly, Elvira”—will help you see the “lite.”
Host the vegan picnic of your dreams with a handy reusable tote filled with savory and sweet snacks. Order yours here!
You don’t have to be in the fast lane to be a “Speed Racer” for animals—No bump in the road can slow you down when your car decor is on point!
After Hermès executives refused to address PETA’s question at the company’s annual meeting, we called in some reinforcements wearing hazmat suits and high heels.
With protests in Orlando, Florida; San Antonio; and San Diego, the youth-led group Students Opposing Speciesism let SeaWorld know it’s in deep water for keeping animals in lockdown for life.
Everyone who knew Monserrat Zacatelco describes her as a fearless fighter for a better world for animals. In honor of her memory, we must be fearless for animals, too.
“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