PETA and Crayola Release ‘Little Animal Rights Activist’s First Paint-Throwing Kit’ so Kids Can Make Activism a Blast
Ready, aim, fire! PETA and Crayola teamed up to bring you the Little Animal Rights Activist’s First Paint-Throwing Kit. It’s a blast!
PETA’s zingy, animal-friendly term “arm barn” isn’t just shaking up the baseball world after going viral—it’s also making its way onto fans’ shirts and hats now that baseball season is in full swing.
Are you after glossier hair, whiter teeth, and more radiant skin? Then PETA’s got news for you: Our tofu beauty product lineup is available now! Visit the PETA Shop to order yours.
Show everyone that the largest animal rights group is also number one in social media. Vote for PETA in the “Social: Weird” and “Social: Best Overall Social Presence – Brand” categories.
Order a “Joe Exotic” Halloween costume from PETA now! Remind everyone who the true “Tiger King” villain is, and help a former G.W. Zoo “tiger prisoner” pounce on her ex-captor.
In a grasping attempt to stay relevant, Jeff Lowe of “Tiger King” recently appeared on Reddit to do an “Ask Me Anything”—and wow, did people ask him anything.
Is your store out of face masks? Don’t panic—PETA’s strung together the perfect DIY instructions to spread a message about not eating animals.
You’ve heard of the bacon patch, right? Now meet the new Charred Bodies patch, ideal for anyone looking to kick their bad animal-flesh problem. Get a “Go Vegan” Patch Pack today!
“He said the ocean is too dangerous for orcas, and I said, ‘That doesn’t make any sense!’ But you know how dads are!”
Why did the chicken cross the road? Obviously, it was to escape the fool telling the “People Eating Tasty Animals” joke.
For those who aren’t in the know, here are some persuasive vegan milk commercials that are helping society move past drinking another species’ boob juice.
If the thought of drinking dogs’ milk makes your stomach turn, why is milk from a cow any different?
In honor of her red carpet funeral, PETA releases audio of Joan Rivers urging callers to “go faux”—pork, that is.
“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