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In a bizarre publicity stunt, this company sent live monkeys to the homes of beauty influencers. Here’s how PETA responded.
Following a PETA-prompted investigation into Joshua Stoltzfus’ breeding mill hellhole, the animal breeder is paying the price.
In the midst of a global pandemic, celebs like Jennifer Lopez and James Charles are fueling another national crisis: companion animal overpopulation.
When you’re made to slaughter more than 12,000 birds per shift—knowing that if your kill rate comes up short you’ll be reprimanded—social distancing tends to be “impossible.”
A PETA survey found that these government health officials make hundreds of thousands per year—while promoting yesterday’s science.
Stephen Colbert seemingly got all kinds of fired up on “The Late Show” while discussing Chaokoh, which forces chained monkeys to pick coconuts.
April the giraffe has been exploited and livestreamed for years. Now that one of her calves has died prematurely, the tragedy of unchecked breeding at roadside zoos has come into public view.
After NYC-based outerwear brand Harper Coats went fur-free, PETA helped it donate 300 trims to a wildlife sanctuary.
For four racetrack-owning companies, there’s a new shareholder in town: PETA. See how we’re going to help horses at racetracks across the U.S.!
“Imagine having your body left to science while you’re still in it.” Texas A&M doesn’t want us imagining it—and the school will violate the U.S. Constitution to try to get its way.
Life in a storm drain might suit a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle just fine, but an 8-week-old kitten? Not so much.
Makers of The Red Lantern call their video game “story-driven.” But by including a “Dogs Always Live” setting, they’re sugarcoating more than 150 real dogs’ tragic stories.
Farmers are forced to pay mandatory fees by the USDA that are used to fund deadly tests on animals—and Rep. Dina Titus is joining PETA to say enough is enough.
Your voice makes a difference! Electric cars and buses will replace the egregiously abused horses and camels forced to haul tourists at the Giza pyramids.
Just look at distressed Nick Nack in Elisabeth Murray’s government laboratory compared to healthy monkeys in their natural habitat.
“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