People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has once again filed a complaint against the roadside Tregembo Animal Park due to possible animal negligence.
For four decades, Mali has been trapped in a tiny concrete enclosure without friends, space and adequate medical care.
Fashion meets PETA in a panel that sums up Parsons growing focus on sustainability.
The Shanghai Wildlife Park has stopped the picture-taking with tiger cubs after a video of a zookeeper allegedly abusing the tiger cub went viral.
A PETA investigation has revealed the dark secret behind South Africa's luxury bag industry, showing how juvenile ostriches are sacrificed in the process.
PETA rejoiced after the National Aquarium in Baltimore announced that it will start freeing dolphins, moving them to a safe oceanside habitat where they can have the chance to live in their natural surroundings.
Leather lovers need to be careful about that new jacket or pair of shoes, because reports say they could easily have been made out of the world's favorite pets. In 2014, an undercover investigator from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) found out that 100 to 200 dogs were killed daily to meet the leather export demands to the U.S.
Despite PETA's concerns of animal rights awareness, Pokemon GO players are saving real-wildlife while playing the famous game.
A recent investigation from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has revealed the widespread violation of animal rights in traveling circuses and roadside zoos in Suzhou, China. Monkeys, bear cubs and big cats are exposed to physical and mental violence just to perform tricks for entertainment.
In the business of producing the world's most expensive coffee, animal cruelty has been a normal everyday thing. Kopi Luwak, which is made from the poop of civets, has gained popularity over the years due to the bizarre nature of the drink. However, little known is the cruelty that these animals endure just to produce a cup of joe.
PETA calls for a new age of circus wherein animals are no longer forced to perform.
African elephants living in a Pittsburgh zoo are increasingly stressed out by dogs that are used to control the animals and protect handlers, and this practice has sparked complaints from wildlife advocates.
The Pittsburgh Zoo is being investigated by the USDA after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) filed a complaint against the zoo concerning its treatment of captive elephants. The animal rights organization has focused its complaint on the use of dogs to herd the elephants around.
The president of Miami University in Ohio found himself urging students to crush their used cans after a skunk was found on campus with its head stuck in a beer can. The silly critter was eventually freed from its aluminum prison with the help of university police, but PETA was quick to take this opportunity to press a point about the dangers of littering.