1. PETA Tries to Make Nice with Congress

    We received notice today that PETA will be handing out awards on Thursday night in advance of the Presidential Inauguration. Awardees include Reps. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas), Dina Titus (D-Nev.), Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) and Vern Buchanan (R-Fla.). We’re wondering: How much does the party cost—it’s at the ritzy Willard hotel in D.C.—and how many animals […]

  2. PETA Hit With Two Lawsuits in One Week

    PETA, say hello to 2017. Last Thursday, the animal rights group was slapped with a defamation lawsuit filed by a primate facility in Missouri. That follows a belated Christmas present PETA received the previous week: A second defamation lawsuit, this one filed by a zoo in Michigan. Both lawsuits claim to be responding to PETA […]

  3. WATCH: I’ll Never Learn to Fetch

    Humane Society of the United States isn’t the only deceptively named animal rights group. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (which has the same radical animal liberation goals as HSUS) killed more than 2,324 cats and dogs in 2014 alone – an average of more than 6 per day – and an increase of […]

  4. PETA Slew 2,324 Cats and Dogs Last Year

    Between 1998 and 2013, the radical animal rights group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), killed nearly 32,000 dogs and cats at its Norfolk, Virginia headquarters. Sadly, the recent release of PETA’s 2014 kill numbers show that this disturbing trend hasn’t changed. In fact, it’s actually gotten worse. According to information provided to […]

  5. PETA Plays the Same Game with New Name

    Recently, U.S. News and World Report ran an article on a radical PETA activist’s decision to “change” his name to circuseshurtanimals.com—another warmed-over publicity stunt by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Dan Carron, an outreach coordinator from PETA, apparently changed his to protest circuses’ inclusion of elephants. What U.S. News failed to mention (or […]

  6. The Revolving PETA Door

    See if you can name which organization promotes the following radical agenda. The group pushes not for animal welfare, but for animal “liberation.” This organization also believes that animals should never be eaten, advocates against the wearing of fur, fights use of animals for medical research, and thinks that animals should not be used in […]

  7. Are Digital Pets Safe in PETA’s World?

    Last weekend, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) launched its own world within the popular videogame, Minecraft. In Minecraft, players can use their imagination to build whatever they’d like within a block-based world. PETA has long operated as if it lives in its own world by its own rules. Now the organization plans […]

  8. An Unlikely Source Berates PETA’s Tactics

    We’ve been writing for a while now about the juvenile PR tactics PETA employs to try and get attention. Whether it be equating the death of animals for consumption to the Holocaust, likening performance whales to slaves, or, more recently, claiming that pregnant mothers who eat Buffalo wings doom their sons to smaller penises (no joke), these dog killers are no strangers to […]

  9. PETA’s Shelter Killing Gets NYTimes Treatment

    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ name should say it all: A group of people who are standing up for dogs and cats to be treated well. At least that’s what PETA would have you to believe, such as when it pictures a cute dog on its “Donate Now” webpage. But as a recent article in The New York Times makes clear, if that dog ends up in the radical animal […]