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  • Sep
  • 28

Age, Arthritis, Animals, and Paul McCartney

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By Ellie Israel I’ve always been an animal lover, but I have not always been an activist. Fourteen years ago, I heard Bill Maher say that he was on the board of PETA, so I decided to look into this organization. When I did, my life changed overnight. I haven’t eaten meat since, and eight years […]


  • Sep
  • 27

Vegan Interior Design Tips That Save Animals’ Lives

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Have you ever taken a moment to look at a sheepskin rug? I mean, really look—closely enough to take in the creepiness? As soon as you realize that animal skin was once … well, skin, you’ll never be able to scrub the idea from your brain. The good news is that you can create gorgeous […]


  • Sep
  • 26

Winners of This Year’s Sexiest Vegan Over 50 Contest Are..

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Congratulations to Victoria and Joel for being chosen the winners of PETA Prime’s 2016 Sexiest Vegan Over 50 contest!                                 Check back in a few days to read more about these two winners and why we selected them. Thank you […]


  • Sep
  • 23

Have You Seen ‘The Magazine That Speaks Up for Animals’?

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One of the many benefits of being a PETA member is getting PETA’s Animal Times magazine in the mail. Members should have the newest issue now, which is chock full of animal rights information and compelling photos, including news from PETA’s international affiliates, celebrity updates, animal rescues, investigation coverage, delicious recipes, and much more. We […]


  • Sep
  • 22

Renaissance Fairs Should Bid Farewell to Elephant Rides

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Nosey the elephant at USA Flea Market in Port Richey, Florida. Hugo Liebel holding money text to the bullhook.

What do elephants have to do with 16th century medieval reenactments? Not a thing. Yet, at Renaissance festivals across the country, they are forced to plod in endless circles, day after day, giving rides to paying customers. When used on the fair circuit, elephants are chained inside tractor trailers and hauled from one venue to […]


  • Sep
  • 21

This Election Season, Let’s Cut the Pork

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In this vitriolic campaign season, it may seem like there’s more that divides Americans than unites us. But there is one issue that we should all readily agree on: We need to cut the pork. I mean the kind that comes from pigs.             A pork-free platform appeals to the […]


  • Sep
  • 20

Avoid Cat-astrophic Boredom With Kitty Food Puzzles

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Cats are intelligent hunters who love to work for their food. But many kitties who live indoors with their human companions have few opportunities to engage in such natural hunting and foraging behaviors. This lack of mental stimulation can lead to boredom, obesity, and even aggression. But letting cats outside puts them at grave risk […]


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