Category: Amazing Animals
When we talk about “the goat,” we don’t mean Tom Brady. Learn more about gentle, curious goats with these eight amazing facts.
Claire spent years roughing it outside in a rural mobile home park. Thankfully, the residents called PETA for help, and now this cuddly calico is looking for a loving, indoor home.
It’s PAWSitively true: Cats love TV, too! See how PETA’s office cats are enjoying their cat TV after Samsung and others sent us kind donations.
Prepare to be wowed as PETA’s president shares new stories about animals from her book “Animalkind.” You’ll never guess which mystery animal she’ll be spotlighting, although you’ll hear about more than one. Register for free now!
Single parenting can be tough, but this widowed orangutan is nurturing and caring for his daughters.
Shy, solitary pangolins want to be left alone to forage and climb trees—not be sold for soup at “wet markets,” where diseases like COVID-19 originate.
PETA President Ingrid Newkirk’s world tour was grounded due to the COVID-19 outbreak, so she’s taking her “Animalkind” book tour online.
We depend on pollinators. And now, they need to be able to depend on us.
Life in the ocean is resilient, intelligent, and intriguing, but at the rate that the fishing industry is going, future generations won’t know it.
Maybe you put flour in someone’s hairdryer or unplugged the copier today, but these animals are really killing it at April Fools’ Day.
We’re all the same: Pigs rinse off their food, baboons act democratically, and bonobos babble like babies.
Animals are full of infinite surprises. Tiny warblers fly thousands of miles during migration, cats become nurses, and dogs and rats are best friends.
“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