PETA Asia's groundbreaking investigation into the Chinese dog-leather industry created a tidal wave of outrage earlier this year. Read more.
Chinchilla and fox farms are now a thing of the past in Sweden, but 1 million minks a year are still suffering on atrocious fur farms. Read more.
In a massive victory for animals, the world's largest clothing retailer has agreed to a permanent ban on angora wool! Read more.
Lent is the ideal time to make a positive change that will help animals, the environment and your health all at once. Sign our vegan Lent pledge to get started. Read more.
Please urge the European Commission and European Chemicals Agency NEVER to allow cosmetics ingredients to be tested on animals. Read more.
From sweets and biscuits to crisps and savoury snacks, check out which of your favourite foods are unexpectedly vegan. Read more.
The global retailer has yet to come out against cruelly produced angora wool, undermining the brand's credentials as a responsible and ethical company. Read more.
It takes a lot of dedicated people to end animal suffering and PETA is looking for smart, compassionate, hard-working people to join our team. Read more.
Style guru and TV presenter Louise Roe has picked out her favourite animal-friendly fashion items, from exquisite designer pieces to easy-to-wear high-street finds. Read more.
A deeply disturbing PETA Asia undercover investigation reveals horrific abuse of dogs so that their skin can be turned into leather to be sold around the world. Read more.
British Airways is still selling trips to SeaWorld, despite overwhelming evidence that orcas and other animals suffer in marine parks. Read more.
This new video, narrated by Paloma Faith, leaves no room for doubt. Wherever it comes from, fur is the product of extreme cruelty to animals. Read more.
If you care about animals, wool-free fashions are the way to go this winter. Find out why. Read more.
The hip-hop star talks about his plant-based diet and why more and more musicians are choosing compassion. Read more.
PETA and Animals Rights
Why Animal Rights?
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: why should animals have rights? Learn more.
- Animals Are Not Ours to Eat
- Animals Are Not Ours to Wear
- Animals Are Not Ours to Experiment On
- Animals Are Not Ours to Use for Entertainment
- Animals Are Not Ours to Abuse in Any Way
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- Lake District Coast Aquairum asked to drop fish from the menu