Past Features

New PETA Ad Shines the Spotlight on Crufts
In time for Crufts, we've released a hard-hitting, old-fashioned–style "freak show" ad.

Stella McCartney Exposes the Leather Industry
Talented British designer and PETA friend Stella McCartney narrates this shocking insight into the cruelty of the leather industry.

Olivia Munn Bares All to Expose Fur Farms
Actor Olivia Munn bares all to expose something even more revealing: the cruel truth behind Chinese fur farms.

Kimberly Wyatt Shows the Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry
Kimberly Wyatt stars in a brand-new ad for PETA that shows the ugly side of the beauty industry. Check out the ad, and then urge the EU to stick to the 2013 deadline for banning animal-tested cosmetics.

Meowy Catmas (and A Hoppy New Year)
Most cats may prefer spending the holidays scaling the Christmas tree and playing with the box rather than the present, but not these kitties! They are helping PETA wish you a meowy Catmas and a hoppy New Year!

Europe's Sexiest Vegetarians 2011 – Winners Announced
See which male and female contestants were crowned PETA's Sexiest European Vegetarian of 2011!

PETA's new campaign page comes with a twist, PETA's vegan campaigner has changed her name until Fortnum & Mason ditch the dire 'torture in a tin' from their store. Check out the website for more info.

Placebo's Steve Forrest Chooses 'Ink, Not Mink'
Check out Steve Forrest's new PETA ad and interview, in which he talks about his tattoos, animal issues that are close to his heart and what he and the band will be up to in the coming months.

Kelly Brook Stars as a Sexy Snake in New Ad
Actor and model Kelly Brook stars in a sexy PETA ad to call attention to the suffering of reptiles when they're turned into shoes, handbags, belts and other accessories.

Victory! Ocado Drops Foie Gras
Following contact by PETA and members of the public, Ocado, an online grocer, has agreed to end the sale of foie gras.

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