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From our "Rather Go Naked" to "Ink, Not Mink" campaigns and from the sexy to the sweet, celebs everywhere use their voices and their bodies to help animals, and these videos show it all.
PETA has helped rescue countless animals, large and small, from horrid conditions.
Beginning in 1989 with the iconic rock band The Go-Go's, PETA changed the face of celebrity activism.
Using celebrity influence was nothing new, but having famous people literally expose themselves in the most vulnerable way created a campaign that was hard for both the media and the public to ignore.
Over-involvement can lead to feelings of anxiety, agitation, helplessness, depression, anger, and even resentment.
In recent years, more than 55 bears living in squalor at roadside zoos and seven formerly solitary chimpanzees were given a chance to lead a happy life in a reputable sanctuary.
We've rescued hundreds of neglected dogs, cats, and other companion animals and are on the scene when natural disasters hit, helping reunite animals with their families. If there's one thing PETA is no stranger to, it's spreading a cruelty-free message with sex appeal. How about a meat-free corn dog wrapped in French fries?
Whether exposing the highly secretive ostrich-slaughter industry, animals' suffering at pet store dealers, dogs bludgeoned and killed for leather, bears beaten to perform tricks for the circus, or psychologically distressed baby monkeys, PETA never backs down when an animal needs help.
Our investigative videos have been viewed millions of times and have resulted in victories for animals everywhere.