PETA Science Consortium, DOD, EPA, and Others Pen Paper on Non-Animal Testing

Written by PETA | February 16, 2018 What happens when the PETA International Science Consortium, Environmental Protection Agency, Food and Drug Administration, NTP Interagency Center for the Evaluation of Alternative Toxicological Methods (NICEATM), Consumer Product Safety Commission, Department of Defense, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration put their heads together to discuss good science […]

Photos: ‘Chicken,’ ‘Cow,’ and ‘Pig’ Take ‘Go Vegan’ Message on Cross-Country Tour

PETA’s Giant Inflatable Letters Pop Up in Hollywood, Chicago, and New York City For Immediate Release:February 16, 2018 Contact:Audrey Shircliff 202-483-7382 Norfolk, Va. – As part of PETA’s #NewYearNewVegan campaign, a trio of animal mascots embarked on a cross-country tour, taking enormous green balloons spelling out the word “VEGAN” to landmarks in Hollywood, Chicago, and […]

Reports That Teens Killed Birds Prompt Offer of Humane Education

PETA Stresses Need to Teach Anti-Bullying and Compassion in the Classroom After Teens Allegedly Kill Peer’s Birds, Smear Their Blood Around the House For Immediate Release:February 16, 2018 Contact:Megan Wiltsie 202-483-7382 Lenoir County, N.C. – Two teenagers have been arrested and charged on numerous counts after reportedly breaking into a classmate’s house earlier this month, […]

Urgent Message From PETA: Winter Storm Survival Tips for Animals in Montana

For Immediate Release:February 16, 2018 Contact:Brooke Rossi 202-483-7382 Gallatin County, Mont. – As a winter storm watch is affecting counties in Montana (including Gallatin, Lincoln, Glacier, Sanders, Beaverhead, and Petroleum), animals are at risk and can suffer from deadly frostbite and exposure, become dehydrated when water sources ice over, and die. Already this winter, there […]