Victories

Victory! Saint Laurent and Brioni Go Fur-Free After PETA Push

Big news: Kering Group is ending fur sales across all of its brands following decades-long campaigning by PETA entities. This means that Saint Laurent and Brioni are joining Bottega …

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Big Step: Cobra Gold Military Training Spares Animals in 2021

It’s been confirmed – in this year’s Cobra Gold exercise in Thailand, no animals were killed in survival drills.

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We Did It: Puppy Farm Plans Rejected!

Cardinia Shire Council rejected the proposal based on “huge community outrage” over animal welfare concerns that was “too hard to ignore” – including a PETA petition signed by more …

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Victory for Mice! The University of Adelaide Ends Forced Swim Test on Animals

After talks with PETA and Humane Research Australia, the University of Adelaide has confirmed that it will no longer permit the cruel experiment.

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Chocolatier Barry Callebaut Bans Tests on Animals

Barry Callebaut, the “world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate”, nixes cruel and deadly animal tests after hearing from PETA affiliates.

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Victory! Velour Bans Mink-Fur Eyelashes After PETA Push

Mink lashes be gone! Yet another beauty brand drops cruelly obtained mink-fur lashes.

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Fantastic News! UNIQLO Bans Alpaca Wool!

The company’s decision follows an undercover investigation showing animals bleeding and crying out.

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Victory for Minks! MECCA Bans Fur Eyelashes

The Australian beauty giant is discontinuing mink eyelashes effective immediately.

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Huge News! M&S to Drop Alpaca Wool

After viewing PETA’s exposé revealing that crying alpacas are roughly sheared and left cut up and bleeding from deep wounds, high street icon Marks & Spencer has confirmed it …

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Great News for Alpacas! Smith & Caughey’s Bans Alpaca Wool Following PETA Exposé

After being shown disturbing undercover footage of the alpaca wool industry, Auckland’s oldest store has banned the material.

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