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PETA’s History
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Cat and Dog Overpopulation
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Health Benefits of a Vegan Diet

 PETA’s History

Founded in 1980, PETA operates under the simple principle that animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment. Read PETA’s history for more details. 

What Does ‘Animal Rights’ Mean?

Animal rights means that animals’ best interests should always be considered - whether or not the animal is cute, useful to humans, or endangered. It means recognizing that animals are not ours to use for food, clothing, entertainment, or experimentation. Click here for more info. 

Cat and Dog Overpopulation

This year, millions of animals will be euthanized in animal shelters, and millions more will be abandoned on the streets to die. Click here for more information. 

Experimentation

Every year, millions of animals are poisoned, blinded, and killed in cruel experiments to test personal care products—and these tests are not even required by the government! To find out more, click here and here

Circus Cruelty

Circuses take animals from their families and deprive them of all the things that they would do in their natural habitats. They are beaten with whips, jabbed with bullhooks, and forced to perform silly and sometimes dangerous tricks and stunts that they would never do in the wild. Click here and here to learn more.   

Zoos

Zoos collect animals and put them on display to make money. They teach people that it’s OK to keep animals in captivity, where they are bored, cramped, lonely, and far from their natural homes. Click here and here for more information on zoos. 

Factory Farming

Raising animals on factory farms is cruel to animals and terrible for the environment. Click here for more information on how factory farms, where animals are treated like machines, are destroying the planet. 

The Health Benefits of a Vegan Diet

Eating animals is bad for human health. Many diseases and conditions, including heart attacks, strokes, cancer, diabetes, and obesity, have been directly linked to diets that include animals and animal products. Click here for more information.




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