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Nov 6, 2019

Kathy Guillermo, PETA Sr. VP,  talks about PETA's video of Mongolian Groom breaking down in the home stretch of the last race--the $6 Million BC Classic-- at Breeders Cup 2019.

It was the exclamation point that ended horse racing's biggest weekend in the U.S. 

Guillermo also talks about the importance of a pending ...

Oct 30, 2019

Dan Mathews has been with PETA for more than three decades. He talks about how gratifying it is to see the historic changes in the fashion world. After meeting recently with high fashion houses, Mathews says there is a real push for non-fur, totally vegan products.

He also talks with Emil Guillermo about how his own...

Oct 23, 2019

Joe Maldonado Passage, a/k/a/ Joe Exotic was the biggest name in big cat breeding in the roadside attraction business in America. PETA and Big Cat Rescue helped to bring him down.

Brittany Peet, PETA's director of Captive Animal Law Enforcement talks to Emil Guillermo about how she came to know Joe Passage, and how PETA...

Oct 16, 2019

JBS USA, the second largest pork producer in the U.S., sources pigs from the East Fork Farm in Indiana.

But that farm may be No.1 when it comes to real documented cruelty to pigs.

At the farm, pigs' tails were detached without anesthetic. Pigs were placed in spaces deluged in their own urine and manure. Baby piglets...

Oct 9, 2019

It's estimated that 60-100 million feral cats live in the U.S. These are domesticated cats that have been cruelly abandoned out in the streets. Los Angeles is trying to come up with a policy to deal with all the cats. But their solution is tied into pumping up their no-kill shelter numbers, and does nothing for the cats...