Dec 18, 2019
Dr. Frances Cheng is one of three PETA scientists featured in the new documentary, "Test Subjects."
With Emil Guillermo, Cheng talks about how she came from Taiwan to the U.S. to become a scientist. As a graduate student she did a test on saturated fats on rats, and learned that the physiology of rats and humans are...
Dec 11, 2019
Emil Guillermo talks with PETA's senior litigation counsel, Martina Bernstein about the history of the possum drop in Brasstown and Andrews, North Carolina, and how the Norrth Carolina state legislature was used by event organizers to justify animal cruelty.
PETA has offered alternatives to a live possum, including...
Dec 4, 2019
Emil Guillermo talks with Anne Brainard, PETA Sr. Director of Corporate Responsibility, about the cruelty in Canada Goose coats.
Canada Goose relies on misleading standards to appear more compassionate, yet trapping methods for fur are extemely cruel and painful, and birds used for their feathers are violently killed...
Nov 27, 2019
Samantha Suiter, PETA's manager of science education, talks with Emil Guillermo about a life-like frog cadaver that gives students all the feels they'd get in normal dissection. Currently, three million frogs are killed in the U.S. for high school dissection each year.The SynFrog could cut that number down drastically.
Nov 20, 2019
Before the cold season hits, Emily Allen of PETA reminds us of the simple things that will make sure your dogs and cats survive the winter months. Too many people leave them outside. Don't.
The PETA Podcast
PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and...