"Racy" and "provocative" are just two words that are frequently used to describe PETA. President and cofounder Ingrid E. Newkirk reveals the method to PETA’s "madness."

Most dog owners, who love their pets, have some kind of story about how the animal knows when they are about to come home, or are thinking of them. But just how remarkable are they? In my documentary “In Dogs We Trust?”, I discovered that dogs are capable of so much more than we humans could ever imagine.

Celebrate your canine everyday with Ingrid Newkirk’s Let’s Have a Dog Party!

"June is "Adopt a Shelter Cat" Month, and I implore anyone who has the time, resources, energy and love to devote to a cat to consider opening their hearts and homes to a feline (or two!) in need." -Ingrid E. Newkirk, President and co-founder of PETA
Read the full story on The Huffington Post!

"June is "Adopt a Shelter Cat" Month, and I implore anyone who has the time, resources, energy and love to devote to a cat to consider opening their hearts and homes to a feline (or two!) in need." -Ingrid E. Newkirk, President and co-founder of PETA

Read the full story on The Huffington Post!

It’s not an intellectual thing when a mother protects her child; it’s an instinctive behaviour. We value all those things in the human being because we are human beings! But that’s pretty short sighted and narrow minded and I think it’s down to what Jeremy Bentham said which is, “…the question is not can they reason? Or can they talk? …But can they suffer?”
PETA co-founder and president Ingrid Newkirk on humanity’s relationship with animals (via explore-blog)
The 20th anniversary edition of “Free the Animals" by Ingrid Newkirk is now available!

The 20th anniversary edition of “Free the Animals" by Ingrid Newkirk is now available!

Given the environmental, cruelty and health impact of a meat-based diet, going vegan is best, going vegetarian is good, and being a flexitarian is like smoking two packs of cigarettes instead of 10, beating one pig down the slaughter ramp instead of two, and pouring a pint of gasoline down a drain instead of pouring down a gallon.
Ingrid E. Newirk
Reading like a suspense novel, with riveting accounts of daring animal rescues from laboratories, fur farms, and food factories, this is a book you won’t be able to put down—or forget. Get this animal rights classic today. Now in a 20th anniversary edition!

Reading like a suspense novel, with riveting accounts of daring animal rescues from laboratories, fur farms, and food factories, this is a book you won’t be able to put down—or forget. Get this animal rights classic today. Now in a 20th anniversary edition!