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Mar 3, 2021

The Iditarod--originally intended to help get medicine to distant parts of Alaska--has now ironically become a COVID death trap for the dogs. Last year, 220 dogs had to be pulled off the race due to injury. John Di Leonardo, PETA's Iditarod specialist and an anthrozoologist in the animals in entertainment...


Feb 24, 2021

The Moulton Chinchilla Ranch is anything but a ranch. It's a shed the length of a football field, filled with 1,000 chinchillas. A PETA investigator got an undercover look at the facility in Fillmore County, Minnesota. What he saw will make you cringe. Animals in small cages, some in need of veterinary care, all in...


Feb 17, 2021

After four years in Washington, DC, Louise Linton has returned to Hollywood with a new movie, "Me, You, Madness." It's a fun film that spoofs the rich, sends up serial killer movies of the '80s, and is loaded with animal rights messages. 

Linton talks about why she made the film, and her hopes for its success. She also...


Feb 10, 2021

An evil trend has emerged among vivisectors that includes murder, rape and molestation. Is it somehow connected to vivisectors' cruel and abusive tests on animals? Or merely coincidence?  PETA research has found 17 examples of vivisectors involved in serious violent crime against people. Kathy Guillermo, PETA's Sr. VP...


Feb 3, 2021

Bulls are among the most abused and exploited animals in all the world, but especially in India in the sugar cane industry. Bulls are asked to pull extremely heavy loads and are beaten into submission to work long grueling hours.

Animal Rahat began as a sanctuary for overworked bulls in rural India. Started with PETA...