Category: PETA Latino
PETA Latino’s Cancún event may have prevented the birth of more than 2,000 animals in the next 12 months alone!
PETA Latino’s “crime scene” in Bogotá, Colombia, challenges passersby to think about the horrors of animal agriculture.
Even though it was difficult for the Urbáezes to bring their canine companion, Max, on the journey for asylum, they persisted, staying loyal to every member of their family.
Cancún, Mexico, has a surplus of animals but no lack of heart. PETA Latino’s clinic helped residents care for their animal companions.
A horrific video of two men murdering a blacktip reef shark and a recent shark-killing contest are just the tip of the iceberg for Florida’s legalized shark torture.
Paulina Rubio, PETA, and many others are speaking out for Lolita, asking The Dolphin Company to let her live out her golden years in a better place.
These cruel attractions put visitors and staff at risk—and the animals they exploit for profit are doomed to a life of abuse and neglect.
Praxis is a Latin American illustrator and stencil artist who uses his talents to promote animal rights and make positive changes.
These grisly photos reveal animals who were violently killed during Argentina’s hunting season. Speak out against hunting!
Quintana Roo commissioners are leading the rest of the world by example by enacting laws that protect animals and keep abusive industries in check. Let’s persuade U.S. officials to pass the Big Cat Public Safety Act next!
Chichimilá, Mexico, has a surplus of animals but no lack of heart. A PETA clinic helped residents care for their animal companions.
A father-son duo reportedly stabbed a dog 18 times. PETA Latino is urging local officials to protect all community members by throwing the book at the men if they’re convicted.
Spring break in Cancún isn’t just about partying ’til dawn. See how PETA Latino is making a lasting difference for Cancún’s animals.
“We are all the same in all the ways that matter,” Kate del Castillo begins her new PETA Latino video, which calls for an end to speciesism.
Everyone who knew Monserrat Zacatelco describes her as a fearless fighter for a better world for animals. In honor of her memory, we must be fearless for animals, too.
“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