Joaquin Phoenix narrates a PETA investigative video exposing “Responsible Down”–certified farms and slaughterhouses.
The Chinese zodiac calendar predicts that 2023 will be very lucky. Find out what the Year of the Rabbit has in store for you with these animal horoscopes.
Although down is used in some winter apparel and bedding, there’s nothing warm or cozy about how birds suffer when they’re exploited for their feathers.
Our list of the top vegan African safaris can help you plan the adventure of a lifetime. Learn more about how they’ll keep you comfortable and the animals safe.
PETA is the most engaged-with advocacy group on social media. Here’s some of our best social media work in 2022 that inspired compassion for animals.
Does responsible down exist? PETA reveals what birds endure in the down industry and what those “ethical” labels really mean for them.
Thinking about buying a boxer? Boxers and boxer mixes suffer from multiple health issues, thanks to generations of exploitation.
Longtime PETA supporter Alicia Silverstone is baring it all for PETA once again to encourage people to stop wearing leather.
When it comes to romance, humans have nothing on pufferfish, penguins, peacocks, and the rest of animalkind. PETA President Ingrid Newkirk talks about the lengths they’ll go for love.
Maybe they really are smiling! These relatives of dinosaurs love good fun, everything from daring to delicate, as much anyone. PETA President Ingrid Newkirk talks about the ways crocodiles play.
In honor of the eight-night holiday, we’re celebrating eight vegan Jewish celebrities we’d love to share our homes with this holiday season.
Ninety percent of people who need addiction treatment don’t receive it, but experimenters are getting paid to make monkeys binge drink and inject cocaine.
Violations of the Federal Animal Welfare Act in the Laboratories of Oregon Health & Science University
Veterinary inspectors at the USDA have documented serious and chronic violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act in the laboratories of Oregon Health & Science University.
“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