Category: PETA Asia
Long condemned by PETA Asia—including for an incident in which a baby elephant’s back legs broke during a trick—the notorious Phuket Zoo is finally closing its doors. See how the animals are finding true sanctuary at last.
A PETA Asia exposé shows cattle from Australia’s live-export industry butchered for leather while they thrash, kick, and blink—are you wearing their skin?
Thanks to PETA Asia, the Petra Development and Tourism Regional Authority is launching a fleet of electric vehicles to replace horse-drawn carriages. Learn why this change matters, and find out what you can do to help all the animals suffering at Petra.
If your coconut milk comes from Thailand, you might be unwittingly supporting cruelty: A PETA Asia investigation shows that the industry exploits and abuses monkeys.
New footage of wet markets shows terrified bats in cages, gloveless humans handling carcasses on blood-streaked countertops, flies landing on raw flesh that’s for sale, and more.
More than 200,000 kind people just like you took action for donkeys in Kenya. Now, donkey slaughterhouses will be banned nationwide next month.
For the first time ever, a Scottish wool farmer has pleaded guilty after being caught engaged in acts of flagrant cruelty to sheep following PETA Asia’s investigation into Scotland’s wool industry.
Unprecedented: After a PETA investigation into the slaughter of horses discarded by the racing industry, South Korean officials charge and fine slaughterhouse workers for violations of the Animal Protection Act.
Following the dog’s cries, they found him hopelessly entangled in a vine—dehydrated, starving, and suffering from a leg injury.
This incident is another powerful reminder that no elephant—or other animal—should ever be exploited for human entertainment or any other reason.
PETA Asia called for a boycott of a new reality TV show in China called “We Are Friends” after receiving footage of abuse behind the scenes.
A new PETA Asia investigation has found workers in Scotland violently punched sheep in the face, slammed their heads into the floor, and threw them off the shearing trailers.
A disturbing eyewitness investigation of the wool industry in the U.K. shows workers beating, stomping on, kicking, mutilating, and throwing around sheep.
The 2.5 million dogs who are killed for meat each year in South Korea deserve to have their plight made known to the world.
“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