Category: PETA UK
Signed, sealed, and delivered! A total of 1.2 million people banded together to protect rabbits, rats, and others. Find out what’s next for the European citizens’ initiative to end tests on animals.
A word from Hamilton could prevent more dogs from dying—at least 150 have died so far—in the treacherous 1,000-mile Iditarod race, so what’s keeping the seven-time world champion from jumping in and responding to PETA U.K.’s appeal for help?
Are your meals drying up the planet? Ingrid Newkirk pulls back the curtain on the harm wrought by animal agriculture by lathering up in the middle of a busy street.
A mob of PETA U.K. supporters swarmed a popular campus building to urge University of Bristol experimenters to use their brains and embrace modern, non-animal research. Learn more.
PETA Asia’s new video reveals that workers drive nails into snakes’ heads before killing them and selling their skin to fashion brands around the world. See for yourself, and take action.
In Pamplona, Spain, 42 bulls will be stabbed to death this week. Will the mayor relegate the Running of the Bulls to the history books—where this archaic bloodbath belongs?
By rebranding its new farm set as a sanctuary, LEGO would allow children to imagine a world in which animals can live in peace.
Will the Ministry of Defence go faux? PETA U.K. called for its high-performing faux–bear fur caps to be quick-marched into service at a meeting with members of Parliament.
Thanks to thousands of PETA U.K. supporters and others, the U.K. Animal Welfare (Sentience) Act 2022 recognizes what we’ve long known: Animals are complex, feeling beings.
After fending off zombies, outsmarting spies, and traveling through space on screen, actor, writer, and comedian Simon Pegg has a powerful new mission with PETA U.K.
Spain has passed a new law recognizing dogs, cats, and other animal companions as living, feeling beings instead of objects. See how this win will protect their rights as members of the family.
When in Rome … ban fur factory farming! PETA entities have campaigned for the Italian government to stop the skinning of sensitive minks for fur, and it has voted to do just that.
The Armani Group has listened to compassionate consumers who refuse to buy clothes made of fur ripped out of rabbits as they scream in pain. See why PETA is calling on all designers to follow suit.
“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