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  • May
  • 6

Tell Us What Inspired Your ‘Love for Animals’

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Love for Animals, Large and Small

Love for Animals, Large and Small shares the stirring stories of dogs, cows, hamsters, and more than a dozen other animals PETA has rescued from cruelty. Some stories likely made you smile, while others may have made you cry. But if you’re like many people who have read this book, it left you feeling newly […]

  • Mar
  • 12

Kidnapping Elephants Won’t Save Them

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The actions taken by the Dallas Zoo, the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, and Wichita’s Sedgwick County Zoo have done nothing to help elephants.

  • Feb
  • 29

Meet PETA’s Rescue Team and the Animals They Help

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We will never turn our backs on the animals who need us the most. Here’s why.

  • Jan
  • 21

No Fairy-Tale Ending for Elephants

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In the face of growing public condemnation, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus has finally conceded: It’s eliminating elephant acts this May instead of next year, bringing the lame and ailing animals some measure of relief from their days on end chained in stifling, reeking boxcars. But don’t pop the champagne corks just yet. […]

  • Dec
  • 1

Pope Francis Is PETA’s 2015 Person of the Year

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Pope Francis has made unprecedented statements urging Christians to treat all beings with kindness in accordance with their faith.  

  • Nov
  • 17

Victory! Kikkoman Ends Animal Tests

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Following a vigorous PETA campaign that included more than 100,000 protest e-mails, countless critical social media posts, scathing media stories, and phone call blitzes to the company’s U.S. offices, Kikkoman—the most popular soy sauce company in the U.S. and Japan—ended its long-standing practice of experimenting on animals. The company announced this morning that “Kikkoman has […]

  • Aug
  • 13

Patagonia’s ‘Sustainable Wool’ Supplier Exposed

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Eyewitness video shows workers plunging knives into the throats of conscious lambs and starting to skin them while they’re alive and moving.

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