Today, PETA Honorary Director Alan Cumming—who just filmed a new show for Apple TV+ in Vancouver—sent an appeal to Starbucks Canada Senior Vice President Lori Digulla, writing, “More than a year ago, Starbucks acknowledged that cow’s milk is the company’s biggest source of carbon dioxide emissions. Yet it continues to penalize customers for making green… Read more »
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In letters sent this morning to several National Institutes of Health (NIH) agencies, the NIH Office of Management Assessment, and the Colorado state auditor, PETA calls on officials to audit the use of and recover wasted taxpayer funds of at least $2,085,973 that the University of Colorado–Boulder used for experiments in which laboratories euthanized at… Read more »
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In letters sent this morning to several National Institutes of Health (NIH) agencies, the NIH Office of Management Assessment, and state auditors in Colorado, Missouri, and Oregon, PETA calls on officials to audit the use of and recover at least $5,461,466 in wasted taxpayer funds that the University of Colorado (CU)–Boulder, the University of Missouri–Kansas… Read more »
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The best seafood dishes are ones that are fish-free—here are some of our favorites.
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These companies are master manipulators, but PETA’s turning up the heat on each and every one of them with this year’s “Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire” Awards.
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Following appeals from PETA and two PETA Asia undercover investigations into the use of captive monkeys, who are kept chained and caged, in Thailand’s coconut-picking industry, Target has ended its sale of coconut milk from major producer Chaokoh. “By dropping Chaokoh, Target is joining thousands of stores that refuse to profit from chained monkeys’ misery,”… Read more »
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Wendy was stuck 50 feet up a tree, but just as PETA came to her rescue, this daredevil cat decided to save herself.
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Please see the following statement from PETA Senior Vice President Kathy Guillermo regarding the California Horse Racing Board’s decision to let the stewards’ ruling stand and leave Justify as the 2018 Santa Anita Derby winner, despite the violation of medication regulations after it was found that Justify and Hoppertunity had scopolamine in their systems: Laws… Read more »
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Once more for the people in the back: Experiments on animals have nothing to do with human health. Here’s why PETA is taking on the National Institute of Mental Health.
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As reported by the Associated Press, following a vigorous PETA campaign, ExxonMobil has confirmed that its more than 40 years of support for the Iditarod—the notorious dogsled race in which more than 150 dogs have died, most commonly after inhaling their own vomit—is ending this year. ExxonMobil has sponsored the Iditarod since 1978 and has… Read more »
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