When PETA President Ingrid Newkirk was in Phoenix as part of her nationwide Naked Truth speaking tour, she had the opportunity to recognize two wonderful individuals who help animals in very different—but equally inspiring—ways: Arizona State University (ASU) student Katherine Gross and chef Damon Brasch, who owns two local vegan restaurants.
Katherine is the ASU campus representative for …
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Thousands of crocodiles are crammed into concrete pits and alligators packed into filthy pools—all killed for their skin before even reaching adulthood.
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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.
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Love her (as most compassionate people do) or hate her (as most people in animal-abusing industries do), there’s no denying that PETA President Ingrid Newkirk is a magnetizing firebrand for animal rights. She’s currently crisscrossing the country, meeting with animal advocates and abusers on their home turf during her speaking tour, “ The Naked Truth: An Animal Rights Radical at Large .” Whether they’re laughing at some …
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He may have been a villain onscreen, but screen legend Christopher Lee was a hero to animals in real life.
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Every dad deserves the best, including animal dads both big and small! This year, show Dad—and animals—how much you care by ordering a PETA present .
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Countless people impulsively buy exotic animals as “pets” but aren’t willing to commit to a lifetime of care, understanding, and respect for them and don’t possess the knowledge required to meet their needs. One increasingly exploited animal is the sugar glider, a tiny marsupial native to Australia. Sugar gliders are now found in tens of thousands of households …
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