Two men who ran a Lake Elsinore animal breeding facility where rodents and reptiles lived in their own accumulated waste have plead guilty to misdemeanor and felony charges, according to reports.
For those who want to volunteer to help less fortunate animals that are living but not necessarily thriving in and around Los Angeles, here are five excellent organizations that can really use additional assistance.
A lawsuit has been filed to try and stop planned bull runs in Temecula and Northern California.
Parents say they are considering taking PETA to court over an innocent-looking comic handed out to children at Calabash Elementary School in Woodland Hills that contained graphic images of mutilated cows.
A 12-year-old girl made a splash Wednesday when she was arrested during a protest against Sea World’s participation in the 125th Annual Rose Parade.
Comedian Cloris Leachman has joined PETA in protesting SeaWorld’s float entry for the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade.
PETA Wednesday announced it is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect wanted for leaving a 10-year-old dog to die during a carjacking in Studio City.
A longtime battle between circus organizers and animal rights activists has returned to Los Angeles.
When it comes to enjoying sporting events meat-free, Lakers and Clippers fans have a lot to celebrate, according to a new survey released Wednesday.
PETA — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals — has named Los Angeles “City of the Year.”
An animal rights group has filed a lawsuit claiming a Hermosa Beach restaurant is ducking the state’s foie gras sales ban by offering the duck liver delicacy as a complimentary side dish.
Dina Kourda, on behalf of PETA, is asking Irvine’s street maintenance superintendent to install a sign to memorialize hundreds of fish that were killed in a Oct. 11 traffic accident.
Former “Price Is Right” host and animal activist Bob Barker is calling for better animal care on movie sets and reform for the “No Animals Harmed” movie label.
Animal rights groups plan to protest a Santa Ana restaurant Saturday night during a scheduled foie gras eating contest, which would test California’s ban on the delicacy.
Writer Dave Barry is right when he asks: “Seriously, what did we do before the internet?”