The Latest News From the Field

Gut-Wrenching Photos of Injured Kitten Show How Littering Hurts ALL Animals

Gut-wrenching photos of a kitten rescued from the streets of Jacksonville, Florida, are showing…

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Who Would Do This to a Kitten?

This rescued kitten’s ear may be tattered, but her spirit is intact.

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Why People Who Care About Pit Bull Welfare Support Breed Protection

Good for Montréal! The city council has voted for legislation that requires all pit bulls to be…

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From expensive “designer dog” to low-rent shelter mutt

The only thing that this “designer dog” has designs on is a new home.

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Looking to Find a New Home for an Animal? Read This First

“For better or for worse” is a promise we all should make when adding an animal companion to our lives. But unfortunately,…

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Dog Given Up for Being ‘Too Puppyish’

A North Carolina man wanted to give up his 18-month-old Lhasa apso mix—who was friendly, affectionate, playful, well-mannered, and arguably the cutest…

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It’s a Cat … on a Door: Just Another Day at the PETA Office (Photos)

They called her “Creepy.” We don’t know why, because she isn’t creepy in any way, shape,…

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Kenny Came Out of His “Shell”

A young cat named Kenny was spotted by a PETA fieldworker—”working the pumps” at a Shell station in rural Virginia.

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Baby Bunnies Among Louisiana Refugees

They’ve been dubbed “The Bayou Babes” by the Norfolk Animal Care Center (NACC), which took in these four young rabbits after PETA…

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Meet PETA’s Rescue Team

PETA’s Community Animal Project fieldworkers answer calls for help from people living in some of the poorest communities in southeastern Virginia and…

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