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Aug 10, 2022

No-Kill sheltering policies have turned animal shelters overcrowded and inhumane in Los Angeles. Dogs wait weeks before getting walks. Other dogs get warehoused for years and become unadoptable. And cats? Unless they're injured, cats are turned away. PETA Sr. VP Lisa Lange explains what went wrong and how the LA City...


Jul 27, 2022

Two species of monkeys in Asia are endangered, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature. PETA Scientist Dr. Lisa Jones-Engel, a top primate scientist who once worked at the Washington National Primate Research Center, tells Emil Guillermo how U.S. importation of monkeys for animal testing has...


Dec 29, 2021

Following a PETA undercover investigation, the Washington Post further exposed animal mistreatment at the Envigo dog breeding facility. The USDA has cited Envigo with multiple violations. And where do the dogs of Envigo end up? The journey is only beginning as the dogs are sold to researchers and scientists, many of...


Nov 17, 2021

The Washington Post sent two Pulitzer winners, writer Gene Weingarten, and photographer Michael Williamson, to PETA's Virginia headquarters to find out why people are so cruel to their dogs. The pair shadowed Daphna Nachminovich, PETA Sr. VP, on her rounds saving chained or abandoned animals around the Norfolk...


Nov 3, 2021

Your cosmetics may no longer be cruelty-free, that's because the European Union's European Chemicals Agency is now requiring new tests--even if products and ingredients have been tested years ago and have been deemed safe.

Dr. Julia Baines, PETA UK Science Policy Manager speaks to Emil Guillermo about why this is...