‘Eat a Chicken and the Penguin Gets It,’ Proclaims New PETA Billboard

Penguins in Antarctica have begun dying from bird flu—and Big Meat is wealthier than ever. Are we going to let it cause the next pandemic?

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Get step-by-step instructions for using Instagram to fundraise for PETA’s vital work for animals.

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Parades, Adoptions, and 3,237 Animals Sterilized: CAP Winter 2023 Roundup

When an animal is in need, PETA fieldworkers do everything in their power to help. Learn more about their groundbreaking work.

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PETA Latino Came Out in Full Force for Animals in 2023

PETA Latino grilled a “dog,” “trapped” an actor, and flew to the Vatican this year. See where else our protests took us in 2023.

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PETA’s 2023 Company of the Year Is the ‘Apple’ of Our Eye!

PETA’s 2023 Company of the Year is the “apple” of our eye for its decision to say “adIOS” to cruelly obtained animal-derived leather.

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Bark! The Furry Angels Sing: Donate to PETA’s ‘Christmutts’ Toy Drive

Even just one toy can transform a frustrated, depressed dog into a playful pup. With your help, tails will be wagging across southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina.

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Mayor Responds to Lion Escape From Circus Near Rome: ‘I Hope That This Will Stir Some Consciences’

A recent incident involving a circus near Rome has sparked concern from the public—and from a local mayor—about the dangers of cruel circuses.

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Progress! We’re Changing the Industry—and Charles River Labs Is Feeling the Heat

A top importer of monkeys into the U.S. for experimentation is feeling the pressure and an entire industry is changing, thanks to PETA supporters. But there’s still work to do.

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PETA Demands Answers About Horse’s Condition After Injury on Breeders’ Cup Day

After sustaining a serious injury on day one of the Breeders’ Cup, there has been no word on how Bus Buzz’s surgery went. What are they keeping from us?

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While Honoring the Dead, Don’t Forget Corky’s Babies

Corky is still alive, but all her calves have passed away. Read their stories, and see how you can honor them.

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Save 200 Animals Every Year by Going Vegan

On Navy Day, It’s Time to Celebrate Sailors by Sinking Pointless Animal Experiments

Killing animals doesn’t help members of the U.S. Navy, so why is the military branch wasting time and money on cruel experiments?

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PETA Calls For Criminal Probe After Princeton University Kills a Monkey

For a university that’s supposed to be one of the best in the country, a death like this should be put on its permanent record.

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PETA Science Group Donates Equipment Worth $120,000 to Support Animal-Free Testing

Find out how the Science Consortium’s donations to research organizations are helping to replace tests on animals with human-relevant methods.

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Trail of Blood: How Dumped Bodies Reportedly Led to Pentagon Official’s Dogfighting Charges

When the feds raided, they reportedly found a mountain of evidence. Here’s hoping law enforcement can use it to end a notorious dogfighting group.

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The Number One Tip for Going Number Two? Go Vegan!

It may be taboo to talk about poo, but America has a serious constipation problem. The solution? To rethink how we eat.

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PETA’s Milestones for Animals: 1980 to Now

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“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