Freya the walrus went viral for climbing onto boats to nap. Now, she’s dead. Why do humans think animals are selfie props?
After a decade of PETA campaigns, Air France has added monkeys to its “No Fly” list. Read on to learn how you can take action for monkeys.
Why did thousands of cows in Kansas die? PETA explains why there’s no need to dig for conspiracies when the greed and cruelty of the farming industry are at play.
One terrified party involved in this California Rodeo was forced to participate in the event: the bull. Help PETA ban “sports” that harm bulls like him.
In some excellent progress for animals, AGV Products Corp., a major Taiwanese company licensed by Nestlé, has ended animal tests following conversations with PETA.
Following talks with PETA, Grape King Bio, a major Taiwanese health food company, has banned animal tests. Find out how to encourage other companies to do the same.
Four monkeys escaped the scene of a highway wreck, likely terrified and potentially carrying disease. Help PETA end the transport of these sensitive animals.
Massive COVID-19 outbreaks are occurring at animal-killing facilities everywhere—most recently, nearly 20% of workers at Trident Seafoods tested positive.
Two recently published studies point toward the most likely origin of the COVID-19 pandemic: a live-animal market in Wuhan, China.
You have questions about the meat industry’s role in the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and whether meat consumption is safe. PETA has answers.
The first human trial of a vaccine that could protect against COVID-19 has begun—without lengthy tests on animals being done first. Here’s why this is good news for ALL beings.
Experimenters at two universities deemed animals nonessential and killed them. PETA’s calling them out for wasting tax dollars in this bloodbath.
“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