“Dancing With the Stars” pro dancer Sharna Burgess dives deep (underwater!) to speak up for animals suffering at marine parks like SeaWorld.
PETA’s celebrating LGBT History Month by honoring the “werk” that our queer supporters have done for animals!
Billboard charts aren’t the only thing Chris Pérez will smash using his favorite Selena y Los Dinos guitar. If a dog is suffering in a hot car, he’ll use it to smash a window, too.
Vegan chili is comforting and satisfying—find out if a restaurant near you makes one of the best around.
These vegan seafood brands are creating a future in which ocean life can thrive. Try our favorite products next time you’re craving a taste of the sea.
PETA brings an in-your-face challenge to using animals in circuses.
To honor the important contributions of Latine people to the animal rights movement, PETA’s naming 30 celebs who are smashing speciesism for Hispanic Heritage Month.
As she prepares for her fall wedding, real estate queen Heather Rae Young—who’s been vegan for over a decade!—talks to PETA about her animal rights journey.
Many people buy ducklings on a whim as “toys,” Easter gifts, photo props, or “pets.” But you should never buy any animal—here’s why.
“Selling Sunset” star Chrishell Stause shares her dog adoption story with PETA and explains why it’s important always to adopt and never to buy dogs.
You can stand up to speciesism everywhere—yes, even in the classroom. See how this vegan teacher stood up for crawfish at her school!
“Be your dogs’ champion! NEVER leave them in the car during warm weather,” says NASCAR Cup Series driver Daniel Suárez in a new PETA video.
From wearing cargo pants filled with treats to conducting a “nose-to-tail” exam, these PETA fieldworkers are taking the guesswork out of helping “backyard dogs.”
What do Latines have to say about speciesism? These inspiring quotes from Latines will motivate you to take action for animals!
K-9s deserve the same respect as any other officers who put their lives on the line—but some agencies still use violent and abusive “training” methods. Find out how PETA’s stepping in.
“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