Bear Forced to Ride Skateboard Attacks Handler in Front of Crowd

Written by Zachary Toliver | June 21, 2018

Bears don’t ride skateboards, do handstands, or balance on balls in nature. So while this viral video from a Russian circus that shows a bear finally tasting a little vengeance is shocking, … read more

PETA to Researchers: Transparency Will Reveal Animal Cruelty

Dogs are among the many kinds of animals used in research.

Understanding Animal Research (CC-BY 2.0)

Breaking with a history of reticence, nearly 600 scientists, students, and lab … read more

I’m Me, Not Meat (Crab) (Vertical)

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 … read more

Giant ‘Babies’ to Give Away Vegan Ice Cream in Top Dairy-Producing State

In Midst of National Dairy Month, PETA Will Tell Passersby That Cows Make Milk for Their Calves, Not Humans

For Immediate Release:
June 20, 2018

Contact:
Brooke Rossi 202-483-7382

Modesto, Calif.What:    With National Dairy Month (June) … read more

What Washington County’s Exotic-Animal Ban Means for This Roadside Zoo

Written by Katherine Sullivan | June 20, 2018

Yesterday, Oregon’s Washington County Board of Commissioners voted to ban exotic animals. The new ordinance prohibits exotic animals as well as direct contact between them and members of the public within unincorporated … read more

So Many Brands Have Banned Mohair—ASOS Is Taking Things a Step Further

Written by Katherine Sullivan | June 20, 2018

A new PETA video exposé of the mohair industry in South Africa—the source of over 50 percent of the world’s mohair—has prompted more than 150 top international retailers, including Topshop, H&M, and read more