Animals who are used for their fur are bludgeoned, gassed, electrocuted, drowned, or skinned alive. Tell SCHEELS, SOIA & KYO, and Altitude Sports to ban fur!
Young monkeys are kept chained, abusively trained, and forced to climb trees by workers to pick coconuts that are used to make coconut milk.
ExxonMobil has been pumping money into Alaska’s grueling Iditarod dogsled race for over four decades, fueling dog deaths, suffering, and neglect. In their quest for fame and cash prizes, mushers subject dogs to almost inconceivable abuse. Thousands are commercially bred each year for the dogsledding industry, in which they’re forced to spend their lives chained… Read more »
John Hopkins University defends tormenting owls.
Exxon has pumped millions of dollars into Alaska’s grueling Iditarod race, fueling dog deaths and suffering. Stick up for dogs with “ExxonEvil” stickers!
Whether you’re gathering virtually or social distancing this “ThanksVegan,” these five actions from PETA will bring kindness to animals to your festivities.
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Alpaca, wool, cashmere, mohair, leather, and down—all are produced with extreme violence and fear. Join the campaign to rid Urban Outfitters of these cruel materials!
Trust us: When you discover just how cruel elephant rides are, you’ll cut them from your travel bucket list.
PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies program is the ultimate resource for conscientious shoppers, making the quest for cruelty-free products as easy as pie.
Please contact decisionmakers and urge them to take immediate steps to ensure that the fish and other aquatic animals in the lake at Lakemont Park are treated humanely.
Waccatee Zoo’s long history of neglect and exploitation is driving the imprisoned animals there insane. Send a letter pledging never to visit this roadside hellhole.
They’ve frightened brain-damaged monkeys, cut into owls’ skulls, nearly drowned mice, and more. Send them a postcard to speak out against this suffering.
Not only is the practice of using chimpanzees in commercials cruel, it’s also become taboo in the advertising industry. Yet Suburban Auto Group continues to promote its “Trunk Monkey” commercials.