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!Read more
Pizza Hut, Jack in the Box, Dairy Queen, and so many other fast-food chains added vegan options in 2020, which means eating vegan has never been easier.
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A suspect who’s been charged with arson in connection with one of the wildfires in the western U.S. will have to answer for the animal suffering that he’s accused of causing, too.
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Historic: The New Jersey Racing Commission is the first U.S. jurisdiction to ban whipping to make horses run faster—and PETA is urging every other racing state to follow suit.
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Eli and Susie can now enjoy the remainder of their lives free from frightening sound stages and the behind-the-scenes beatings that they undoubtedly endured.
The post Curtain Closed: There Are No More Chimpanzees in Hollywood appeared first on PETA.Read more
Filth, abuse, and death—THIS is dairy. A whistleblower reports that cows and calves were left to suffer from infections, injuries, and oozing wounds.
The post Whistleblower: Cows at Dairy Farm Trapped in Quicksand Made of Their Own Waste appeared first on PETA.Read more
From vegan cheddar to dairy-free feta, the internet truly has it all. Leave the congealed cow’s milk on the shelf and pick these vegan cheese options instead.
The post How to Buy the Best Vegan Cheese Without Ever Leaving Home appeared first on PETA.Read more
A shocking video appears to show a motorbike-riding monkey snatching a toddler off a bench in Surabaya, Indonesia. But things are not always what they seem.
The post Why That Viral ‘Monkey Snatches Toddler’ Video Is the Opposite of Funny appeared first on PETA.Read more