PETA Asia investigators recently returned to Thailand one year after exposing the use of forced monkey labor on Thai coconut farms—prompting Costco and other retailers around the world to cut ties with Thai coconut milk brands—and found that manufacturers and the Thai government are lying to the public and importers about monkey use, which continues… Read more »
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PETA releases never-before-seen photos and video footage documenting the deplorable conditions at companies that sell animals into the experimentation industry.
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For PETA’s 40th anniversary, join us in celebrating 40 major ways we’ve helped animals exploited by circuses and roadside zoos over the past four decades.
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For actively campaigning for recognition of animals’ personhood and protection as the leader of the local hub of Students Opposing Speciesism (SOS)—a PETA-backed, youth-led revolt against the old-fashioned idea that all other animals are here for the benefit of humans—University of Colorado–Boulder junior Paige Scatena has been named PETA’s Activist of the Year, beating out… Read more »
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PETA has obtained never-before-seen photographs and video footage taken by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) inspectors revealing deplorable conditions at facilities that operate out of public view and supply animals for use in the experimentation industry. The images show maggots crawling through animals’ food, green algae growing in water bowls, and animals left to suffer… Read more »
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We need your help to make sure that these companies hear the message loud and clear—please sign the petition to speak up for horses like Private Vow.
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Please see the following statement from PETA Senior Vice President Kathy Guillermo regarding the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval of genetically modifying pigs used for food, drugs, and transplants: The genetic manipulation of pigs to serve as interspecies spare-parts bins and more palatable dinner entrées for humans is the apex of arrogance and cruelty.… Read more »
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This year gave us a vegan fast-food wave and too many new plant-based jerky options to count. So, what will 2021 bring? Discover our top predictions!
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Marvin the cat plays with dogs, loves tummy rubs, and even walks on a leash. Now this very good boy hopes someone will give him a new home.
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Louisiana State University is trying to hide records detailing its cruel experiments on birds from the taxpaying public. Now, PETA is suing it to get the information
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