PETA Went the Extra Yard to Save Chickens This Super Bowl Sunday

Nearly 1.33 billion wings—from about 300 million birds—were consumed during last year’s Super Bowl. PETA refused to sit on the sidelines.

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PETA’s Kitten Squad Is the First Advocacy Game on Nintendo Switch

Assemble your squad and send animal-abusing robots into oblivion. Nintendo Switch has released Kitten Squad with a new co-op mode—and it’s all free!

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FREE ‘Stop Gun Violence’ Poster for the March This Weekend

Now is the time to promote kindness and compassion rather than violence, bloodshed, and death.

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Speak Out Against Animal Testing With FREE Bumper Sticker!

Now, there’s an easy way to show that you’re opposed to animal testing: simply by driving your car. Claim your FREE bumper sticker!

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Your FREE ‘Vegan’s Greetings’ Recipe Booklet!

Making a fabulous vegan dish for seasonal gatherings just got easier. Share the joy of a cruelty-free holiday season with our FREE booklet full of vegan holiday recipes!

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Share Compassion With a PETA Present

With a PETA Present, you can send a beautiful e-card and help animals.


Check Out ‘PETA Global’ Magazine in All Its Interactive Digital Glory

Fish Illustration: © | Octopus Meal: ©rdegrie

In this summer issue, learn why octopuses are “too super to be supper” and why eating fish is like smoking low-tar cigarettes.

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Win Free #CrueltyFree bath products by LUSH!

We’re giving away these FREE #CrueltyFree bath products by LUSH! For a chance to WIN, REGRAM this pic, follow @officialpeta, hashtag #PETAprize, & you’ll automatically be entered!

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“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