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Jul 18, 2024

A woman has died after being given a pig kidney that extended her life by just 47 days. What you need to know about the cruelty of xenotransplantation.

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The PETA Podcast

PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 9 million strong and growing. This is the place to find out why animals...

Jul 10, 2024

Since the Russian Invasion of Ukraine began in 2022, PETA's effort to save animals there has never stopped. 

We reprise this episode, in which PETA Germany's Sylvie Bunz describes the coordinated effort to save thousands of animals' lives, in this conversation with Emil Guillermo.

The PETA Podcast

PETA, the world's...

Jul 3, 2024

If you can have mechanical bulls in honky-tonks, why not mechanical elephants in Indian temples? PETA is saving abused elephants by convincing the temples to trade in their sensitive real elephant for a mechanical one. Poorvah Joshipura, director, PETA India tells Emil Guillermo how it works.

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Jun 26, 2024

"Breaking The Chain," a documentary executive produced by Anjelica Huston, shows PETA's Community Animal Project in action, saving animals in the Norfolk, Virginia, area.

But chief among their concern is the number of chained dogs in the area. Many are abused, malnourished, and tethered mercilessly to a chain in all...

Jun 19, 2024

Your sunscreen may be cruelty-free now, but for how long? The FDA may require more tests on a product deemed safe for years. Why the sudden change? Jeffrey Brown, science advisor to PETA/UK, talks to Emil Guillermo about the FDA's cryptic communications that threaten tens of thousands of animal lives.

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