Category: PETA Kids
Know a kid who respects animals and understands that they’re friends, not food? Nominate that person today—they could win a trophy, a prize pack, vegan cookies, and yearlong bragging rights.
Mother’s Day should honor all the great mamas out there, including ones covered with fur, scales, or feathers. This year, give yours a printable PETA Kids Mother’s Day card featuring an animal mom and her baby.
Instead of yanking fish out of the water and onto land (where they can’t breathe), a father and son found a new hobby to help animals and the environment.
As you well know, your children are listening and picking up on things you say—for better or for worse. This may be one of the most important times in history to raise kids who care.
If you’ve been hearing the term “wet market” ever since the beginning of COVID-19 but don’t know what it means, check out PETA Kids’ colorful and helpful comic strip.
We’re calling on kids all over the U.S. (who are 12 years and younger) to get creative by making their own artwork that’s related to climate change and eating vegan!
Genesis Butler won PETA Kids’ “Cutest Vegan Kid” contest in 2015. Now she has us wondering this: Which animal could possibly be the meanest on Earth?
In an important new video, Girl Meets World’s Auggie Maturo shows us how miserable it is to be an orca at SeaWorld.
“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