PETA's uncompromising stand on animal rights is what sets us apart and makes us so effective at fighting cruelty to animals. Through undercover investigations, animal rescue, demonstrations, youth outreach, and much more, we speak up for animals and uphold our mission:
Without a doubt, the food industry causes more animals to suffer than any other industry—billions and billions of them. That's why PETA works to eliminate the most egregious abuses of animals on factory farms, in transport trucks, and in slaughterhouses while vigorously campaigning to get people to go vegan. Here are some examples of our achievements in the past year:
PETA has persuaded more fashion and apparel companies to adopt animal-friendly policies than any other organization. Here are some examples of our achievements in the past year:
From blocking the supply of primates to laboratories to convincing government agencies
to spare millions of animals from chemical tests, PETA is striking a crushing blow against the animal experimentation industry. Here are some examples of our achievements in the past year:
No organization is more successful than PETA in exposing and stopping the abuse of animals used for entertainment. Here are some examples of our achievements in the past year:
PETA's cruelty caseworkers are on call 24 hours a day to ensure that animal victims are rushed to safety and that animal abusers are brought to justice. The following examples give a tiny glimpse into this year's caseload:
PETA's youth outreach division, peta2, has the largest youth membership of any social justice organization. Through our work, peta2 helps get the message out to future generations that animals are not ours to exploit. Here are some of our achievements in the past year:
See some of the many victories that we've won for animals—victories that wouldn't have been possible without our 3 million members and supporters, who have helped PETA fight for animal rights around the world.
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