Products made from animal skins involve forcing highly intelligent, sensitive animals to endure squalid imprisonment and a violent death.
Please contact Blair County officials and urge them to take immediate action to rescue any remaining animals at the lake at Lakemont Park.
Liars? AirBridgeCargo Airlines banned the transport of monkeys to laboratories in 2018 after pressure from PETA. Now insiders say the company has resumed this vile trade.
Animals are not ours to experiment on! Learn more about modern, animal-free research methods and find ways to take action for animals right now.
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.
Biosphere Trading, a notorious monkey breeder and laboratory supplier, is seeking to expand its cruel reach into the forests of Mauritius to capture monkeys and imprison them.
It’s because of supporters like you that this victory for animals has been achieved.
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.
Tell Virginia Tech to stop exploiting dogs in its laboratories and trainings, beginning with a reevaluation of its relationship with supplier Envigo.
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!
Please send a polite message to the NYSGC urging it to protect horses by enacting a ban on whipping.
“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