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  • Oct
  • 20

What’s the Kindest Thing We Can Do for Pit Bulls?

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Pit bulls are abused specifically because of their breed. That’s why they need breed-specific measures to protect them, writes PETA President Ingrid Newkirk.

  • Oct
  • 16

Update: Cat’s Faith in Humanity Restored!

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We’ve got wonderful news to share! Sweet—and, yes, adorable—Chandler has found his forever home. This lucky boy is on his way to a loving home in West Virginia. His new guardian recently lost her elderly cat so she knew it was “meant to be” when she saw Chandler’s blog. *********************************** This is Chandler. He’s one of […]

  • Sep
  • 23

Ingrid Newkirk on the Myth Of “Humane Meat”

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What do Santa Claus, unicorns and “humane meat” have in common? They’re all lovely, feel-good ideas–and they’re all fantasies.

  • Sep
  • 2

The National Zoo: Using Pandas For Profit

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PETA President Ingrid Newkirk takes on the National Zoo’s panda folly in this hard-hitting piece.

  • Jul
  • 27

One Fish, Two Fish, Don’t Buy a New Fish

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What does PETA President Ingrid Newkirk think of Dr. Seuss’ new book? The answer might surprise you.

  • Jun
  • 16

Sexual Shenanigans and Pig Shooting in the Military Need to Stop

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As PETA’s latest eyewitness investigation shows, the same mindset that allows animal abuse to continue also tolerates racism, homophobia, and sexual assault.

  • May
  • 20

The Dancer Who Loved Rats

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PETA and animals have lost a great friend with the passing of the talented performance artist and teacher Rachel Rosenthal, who died at her home in Los Angeles last week. Rachel’s provocative performances—which combined various media, including music, words, video, costumes, paintings, lighting, and dance—enraptured audiences from Carnegie Hall to Sydney to Brussels. They had […]

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