Rescued: How PETA and Supporters Save Animals Worldwide
Keep up to date with the animals PETA and our affiliates are rescuing around the world from laboratories, roadside zoos, and other cruel places.
The sun’s set on Sunrise Side, the now-defunct roadside zoo where an injured bear was neglected and a lion bit off part of a visitor’s finger. If Oswald’s Bear Ranch were clued in, it’d fold, too.
Rescuers need cardiologists on speed dial as they watch a daredevil cat dart from tree to tree.
Tuber or not tuber? A carrot-loving guinea pig who was rescued by PETA is seeking a new place to put down roots.
After PETA rescued a severely matted dog from a depressing backyard pen, you won’t believe how happy she is to get her first haircut.
This kitten was in danger of landing in the streets before PETA’s own version of the Tiny Ones Transport Service swooped in.
A chained dog who was too frightened to come out of her doghouse comes out of her shell in a new home with a loving family.
Each year, PETA helps countless animals, giving many a new life by placing them in loving homes and accredited sanctuaries. Check out some of our 2020 rescue stories!
Marvin the cat plays with dogs, loves tummy rubs, and even walks on a leash. Now this very good boy hopes someone will give him a new home.
Life in a storm drain might suit a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle just fine, but an 8-week-old kitten? Not so much.
Even if your name isn’t Jack, today may be your lucky day, because this enchanting little fellow is looking for a place to put down roots.
“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