General Animal Rights

Have You Seen PETA’s ‘Tofu Never Caused a Pandemic’ Ads?

In case you missed it, meat is linked to infectious, deadly diseases such as COVID-19, SARS, avian flu, and swine flu.

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Don’t Let Your Masks Harm Animals! How to Dispose of Them Responsibly

We can all do our part by taking a little extra care to make sure our masks don’t hurt fellow animals!

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Animals in Beirut are Being Rescued by PETA UK and Local Groups

In the wake of the devastating explosion that hit Beirut, a PETA UK team member traveled to the city to help animals affected by the devastation.

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New Flu With Pandemic Potential Found in Pigs—Have We Learned Nothing?

It’s not a matter of IF using and killing animals for food will give rise to another disease outbreak—it’s a matter of WHEN.

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Victory! Sephora Bans Mink Eyelashes

Sephora has banned fur eyelashes and will sell only synthetic or faux-fur ones.

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COVID-19 Didn’t Stop These Selfless Individuals From Helping Animals

The pandemic hasn’t stopped these compassionate folks from helping animals! Take inspiration from their heroic stories.

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This Pregnant Elephant Died in Agony After Being Fed Explosives

She was fed a coconut stuffed with explosives. One arrest has been made, and three suspects have been identified.

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PETA’s Rescue Team Is Still Helping Animals in Manila Despite Lockdown

Despite the lockdown, PETA’s rescue team in Manila, the Philippines, isn’t letting COVID-19 stop it from helping animals.

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PETA-Supported Teams are Treating Petra’s Working Animals

The PETA-supported staff at the Petra Veterinary Clinic has treated over 600 working donkeys in Petra! Our veterinary clinic treats donkeys, horses, and other animals who have been injured …

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Photos: PETA Members Dressed Hazmat Suits Blame Meat Industry for Coronavirus

Today, PETA members dressed in biohazard suits stood outside the Department of Health in the Philippines to encourage everyone to help prevent deadly diseases like coronavirus and African swine …

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