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Peta

abbreviation for
(Zoology) People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
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The advert, by animal rights group PETA, was displayed on buses around Glasgow in February.
Performers of unscripted and unrehearsed theater are doing shows in four different performing venues inside the Peta Theater Center.
Immediately, Twitter users declared that PETA had truly "jumped the shark" this time.
PETA director Elisa Allen said: "Ireland's fur farms imprison 200,000 minks in squalid cages, where they can't roam, swim, care for their young, or do anything else that's natural to them.
The Beauty Without Bunnies program makes it easy for shoppers to identify brands backed by PETA standards, as these brands have committed to not test on animals nor sell in markets where animal testing is required by local law and regulations.
New Delhi [India], May 23 ( ANI ): The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India on Wednesday requested the Railway Ministry to serve only vegan food on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti (October 2).
The shelter, who dubbed the Shih Tzu "baby boy," also joined hands with PETA in order to find the culprit behind the dog's injuries.
Around the world animal circuses - as well as other institutions that imprison living beings for human entertainment - are on the decline, and PETA is rejoicing.
The PETA Vice President said, "PETA is calling on residents of Israel to stay away from Petra until these exhausted animals are replaced with modern conveyances, such as golf carts, so that tourists can appreciate the city's rich history without witnessing cruelty to animals, which can ruin a trip and blight the country's reputation."
PETA has launched a petition, calling on the Geordie bakers to offer a vegan alternative to its most famous product.