Category: PETA India
Progress! Thanks to PETA India’s input, most postgraduate training in India will no longer involve applying chemicals to animals’ skin, forcing them to inhale toxic fumes, or other deadly tests.
This slaughterhouse will make your blood run cold. Find out how you may be unknowingly supporting places like this.
More than 150 rats and mice illegally bred and used for unauthorized experimentation at Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research are on their way to a sanctuary. Read about their rescue.
What did PETA India find while undercover in India’s top egg- and meat-producing states? Chicks fed to fish, ground up, dumped in pits, abandoned in garbage cans, and more—all while still alive.
After its third investigation into the horse-drawn carriage industry in Kolkata, PETA India issued a news release demanding immediate action for horses. See how you can help.
Following a PETA India appeal, Goa has prohibited the use of gestation and farrowing crates, which deny pigs opportunities to forage, build nests for their young, or even take a single step.
Lakshmi was abused with a bullhook and denied adequate food, water, and veterinary care—then PETA India intervened, successfully campaigning for her rescue and rehabilitation.
Eid al-Adha celebrates the Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to obey Allah. See how vegan Muslims are observing the holiday in ways that show kindness to all.
Kamala Harris is on everybody’s mind with her historic inauguration today. Here’s how PETA India is celebrating in her honor.
When cosmetic companies that test on animals tried to find loopholes in India’s importation ban, PETA India jumped into action. Here’s how its push is changing policies and animals’ lives.
PETA India gathered video footage showing live-animal markets and the wildlife meat trade operating in India despite their risk of spreading infectious diseases.
A pregnant elephant died after eating a pineapple filled with firecrackers. Imagine how scared she must have been when the fruit exploded.
After PETA India stepped in, undergraduate classes at Maharaja Agrasen Medical College will no longer keep any animals in filthy, crowded cages to be starved and harmed.
Limping in pain, this scared mother cow didn’t know what to do to alleviate her agony. That’s when our friends at Animal Rahat answered a call for help.
“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