Every year, millions of animals are killed for the clothing industry—all in the name of fashion.
In the slaughterhouses of McDonald's U.S. and Canadian chicken suppliers, birds have their throats cut while they are still conscious.
In the Ringling Bros. circus, elephants are beaten, hit, poked, prodded, and jabbed with sharp hooks, sometimes until they are bloody.
During Canada's annual war on seals, hundreds of thousands of seals are slaughtered for their skin.
Burberry may be best known for its distinctive plaid, but its use of real fur is making the design house synonymous with cruelty to animals.
Every year, approximately 850 million chickens are tortured and killed for KFC's restaurants.
For years, PETA has pressed Iams to stop conducting and funding experiments on animals and to adopt 100 percent humane testing methods.
Sheep are gentle and sensitive animals who are forced to endure mutilation and abuse in the cruel wool industry.
PetSmart may be smart about making money, but it's clueless when it comes to taking proper care of the animals.
Homelessness is not just a human problem. U.S. animal shelters are taking in more than 7 million unwanted dogs and cats every year.
Thousands of healthy animals are used by the military for trauma and chemical casualty training exercises every year.
Every year, tens of thousands of nonhuman primates are transported to the U.S. to be imprisoned in laboratories and tormented in experiments.
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? Read more.