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Feb 8, 2023

Utah's Senate Bill 113 would restrict animal enterprises and would mean the rollback of a local ban on the carriage horse trade in Salt Lake City. The state bigfooting the locals? It's a unique anti-animal rights strategy grassroots activists are fighting in Utah. PETA's Amy Meyer talks to Emil Guillermo and warns how...


Feb 1, 2023

When the fashion world went crazy in Paris over a lion's head on a long, elegant dress, the first one the media called was PETA. Lisa Lange, PETA's Sr.VP of Communications talks to Emil Guillermo about the shock of fashion, especially when Kylie Jenner is a part of it.

Also discussed: buzz about PETA's Oscats and a new...


Jan 25, 2023

PETA VP Christina Matthies talks to Emil Guillermo about birds, especially domesticated ones. Most human companions aren't as knowledgeable about birds. It means the situation devolves to the point a bird rescue is needed. How best to avoid a bird rescue? Don't turn to birds to be your companion animals. Let the birds...


Jan 18, 2023

Kathy Guillermo talks about some of PETA's big victories in 2022, starting with FDA Modernization Act, and what it means for you and the animals. She also talks about the victories for dogs at Envigo in Virginia, and at Texas A&M.

See more on the FDA Modernization Act at PETA.org.

See more on the Texas A&M dogs.

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Jan 11, 2023

PETA answered a whistleblower's call and investigated a Colombian lab that experiments on animals. Now a Colombian government agency is trying to seize the monkeys at Caucaseco Scientific Research in Cali, Colombia. Should the U.S. National Institutes of Health be next to investigate? U.S. taxpayers have paid $17...