Top Activities for People Who Love Dolphins
Love dolphins? Then you definitely don’t want to support abusive “swim with dolphins” programs. Here’s how to see these intelligent, graceful animals without hurting them.
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Is There Such a Thing as a Reputable Roadside Zoo? What You Need to Know
Keeping animals inside cages, where they’re denied everything that’s natural and important to them, is extremely cruel. Here are our top three reasons never to visit a roadside zoo.
These Dating Profile Pictures Will Have You Eloping by the Weekend
Want more right swipes? Here are 10 types of dating profile pictures guaranteed to get them.
5 Easy Things You Can Do to Help Elephants Right Now
It’s no wonder that we find elephants awe-inspiring. They’re social and family-oriented, they flirt with each other, and they even argue about directions.
You Won’t Be Able to Put Down These Books by Women Authors
One of the best ways to get inspired by strong women is to read their books. These titles are the perfect pick for Women’s History Month—or any month of the year!
7 Animal-Friendly Destinations for Your Vacation
Going on a road trip and want to avoid harming animals? We thought so. Visit these destinations, and steer clear of animal abuse.
New Year, New Vegan You! Ring in an Animal-Free 2023 With PETA’s Top Starter Tips
Ready to resolve to go vegan in the new year? Help animals, the planet, and your own health by following PETA’s pointers for a kinder 2023.
9 Pictures on Dating Profiles That Will Make You Swipe Left Instantly
You’ll never get a date with pictures like this. There’s nothing cute about tiger selfies or photos of you on an elephant.
How Not to Be a Jerk to Animals When You Travel
If you’re thinking about swimming with dolphins or riding elephants on your next getaway, read this first.
“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