Catch this wonderful message from Kharkiv, Ukraine. Animal Rescue Kharkiv (ARK) has been pulling animals out of shelled buildings and rescuing abandoned cats and dogs in eastern Ukraine since the war started. It provides veterinary care even though large sections of its clinic were reduced… Read More »Ukraine Gives Thanks as Wounded Dog and Cat Refugees Are Treated in New Vet Clinic
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We’re excited to announce a new way you can support our campaigns and generate funds to help further our work. From today, you can play PETA’s Liberation Lottery, a weekly draw that gives you a chance at winning £25,000. It’s a win for you and… Read More »PETA’s Liberation Lottery Launches!
By Dr Carys Bennett, corporate projects manager at PETA Foundation. In 22 years as a vegan, I’ve seen vast changes – vegan burgers and plant milks in restaurants, for starters! Gone are the days when eating out meant a plain jacket potato and black tea.… Read More »Going Vegan Has Never Been Easier or More Important
PETA founder Ingrid Newkirk is inviting everyone to an uplifting and revealing fireside chat about the vital work for animals made possible by PETA’s Global Compassion Fund. Date: Tuesday, 22 November Time: 7 pm Place: Online Ingrid Newkirk will be taking you on a virtual… Read More »Global Compassion Fund Fireside Chat With Ingrid Newkirk
Start your estate-planning journey by joining PETA founder Ingrid Newkirk and our legacy expert for the virtual event “PETA’s Legacy Essentials: Starting Your Will” on Thursday, 3 November, at 7 pm (UK time). Each of us has a unique life story shaped by our convictions… Read More »Join Our Virtual Event ‘PETA’s Legacy Essentials: Starting Your Will’
PETA needs help translating news releases, letters, and other documents into a number of languages to ensure that our animal rights messages reach people around the world. Can you help? PETA needs help translating news releases, letters, and other documents into a number of languages… Read More »Volunteer Your Language Skills to Help Animals
Animal exploitation is morally indefensible. That’s what over 400 researchers specialising in moral and political philosophy have stated in the Montreal Declaration on Animal Exploitation, initiated by researchers from the Centre de Recherche en Éthique in Montreal. “We condemn the practices that involve treating animals… Read More »Big Milestone in Animal Rights Movement
Today marks the start of “Remember a Charity” Week. Gifts in wills are so important to realising PETA’s vision of a kinder world for animals. We spoke to Augustus Club member Celina about why she chose PETA to carry out her legacy for animals. You… Read More »Celina Is Giving Hope to Animals Long Into the Future – Will You?
In recognition of World Day for the End of Speciesism (27 August), PETA has plastered Tube carriages with 600 images bearing animals’ faces and the message, “We, too, feel pain, love, joy, and fear.” What Is Speciesism? The campaign is part of PETA’s efforts to… Read More »Have You Seen PETA’s New Anti-Speciesism Ads on the London Underground Yet?
An urgent open letter has been sent to the two remaining candidates for the Conservative Party leadership – Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss – one of whom will become the UK’s next prime minister. Celebrities including Ricky Gervais, Dame Joanna Lumley, Paul O’Grady, Dame Lesley… Read More »Celebs Call on Sunak and Truss to Prioritise Animal Welfare Laws