Rescued: How PETA and Supporters Save Animals Worldwide
Keep up to date with the animals PETA and our affiliates are rescuing around the world from laboratories, roadside zoos, and other cruel places.
Life in a storm drain might suit a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle just fine, but an 8-week-old kitten? Not so much.
Even if your name isn’t Jack, today may be your lucky day, because this enchanting little fellow is looking for a place to put down roots.
Imagine spending seven years locked inside a walk-in closet. That’s what life was like for Mingo before she was rescued by PETA.
Ironically, authorities raid self-proclaimed “rescues” almost weekly to rescue animals from severe abuse and neglect. Make sure your support goes to the right place.
These kittens were born under a shed during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now they hope to shelter in place in a home of their own.
Before Joe Exotic fled G.W. Zoo, PETA was able to get 39 tigers and other animals away from the “Tiger King” and into reputable sanctuaries, where they’re all thriving.
Wayne was suffering, chained up in cold weather 24/7—but then PETA stepped in to help. Now he’s groomed, enjoying loving care, and eager to meet a kind, patient new guardian.
PETA’s friends at Animal Rahat sprang into action after being alerted to a scared, weak dog trapped in a deep well. Here’s how you can support the group’s lifesaving work in India.
Limping in pain, this scared mother cow didn’t know what to do to alleviate her agony. That’s when our friends at Animal Rahat answered a call for help.
This 2-year-old sweetheart managed to survive living in a horrifically filthy hoarder’s home. If walks and cuddles are your jam, Delilah may be the girl for you.
A federal judge stated, “Filth and feces dominate Tri-State.” Three big cats are free from an abysmal life of captivity and headed to an accredited sanctuary following PETA’s pressure.
“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