Victories

Global Supermarket Brand Drops Frog Legs After Chilling PETA Exposé

Supermarket chain Carrefour has committed to cutting ties with its supplier in Indonesia following PETA’s shocking video exposé.

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Here’s Why Ginger & Smart Will Never Use Exotic Skins or Angora Fur

Shoppers don’t want animals to suffer and die for fashion, and the destructive impact of fur and leather on the planet is well known.

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PETA and NZAVS Work to Ban the Cruel Forced Swim Test in Aotearoa and Beyond

PETA entity scientists and local animal defenders took on the cruel forced swim test in New Zealand – and won. Read all about their life-saving work.

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Another Win Against Experiments on Animals: University of Western Australia Stops Using the Forced Swim Test

The University of Western Australia has confirmed to PETA that it “no longer conducts” the forced swim test.

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PETA Australia’s Victories for Animals in 2023 Photo: Kai Wenbeck

PETA Australia’s Victories for Animals in 2023

Your support made 2023 a landmark year for animals.

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Progress! A New Policy Could Eliminate the Use of the Forced Swim Test in Australia

While NHMRC stopped short of implementing a full ban, its new requirements will significantly reduce, if not eliminate, the use of the forced swim test in Australia.

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You Did It: Inquiry Recommends Victoria Duck Hunting Ban

“On consideration of all evidence received during the Inquiry, the Committee recommends that the Victorian Government end recreational native bird hunting on all public and private land from 2024.”

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Central Coast French Bulldog Puppy Farm to Close! Animal Liberation

Central Coast French Bulldog Puppy Farm to Close!

PETA’s campaign highlighted how breeding dogs for deranged aesthetics at the expense of their health is cruel.

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VICTORY! Myer Drops Melbourne Cup Sponsorship

Myer has ended its 40-year sponsorship of the Melbourne Cup!

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Another Successful PETA Petition: Kitten Factory Plan WITHDRAWN! AnaCorpus on Pixabay

Another Successful PETA Petition: Kitten Factory Plan WITHDRAWN!

Following our petition to Ipswich City Council with more than 6,000 signatures, the applicant has withdrawn plans for a proposed cat-breeding facility.

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