Two guys go on a vegan mac & cheese tour.
Two men, one day, 18 vegan hot dogs.
Proof that traveling while vegan is totally possible.
Two vegans ate their way through 22 tacos in one day to help you find the best tacos in Los Angeles.
The Coast Guard is coming to hack off the limbs of these goats! These goats need better hiding spots!
Travelling to other countries is a rewarding experience, but there are some things you’ll see that might be upsetting if you have a big heart for animals.
Starbucks has announced they are reviewing alternative food dyes to cochineal (aka crushed bugs). But a Strawberry Frap isn’t the only food you’ve eaten colored by crushed bugs.
Sloths are like the Ryan Gosling of the animal world, but are slow lorises slowly - very slowly - surpassing their popularity? Here’s evidence suggesting the superiority of slow lorises.
Your inner sloth awakens when you’re asleep - or just really chilled out. Find out what yours is. Mine is “Chewie The Procrastinating Messiah.”
Yes, cats can be taught how to use toilets. Try teaching a dog to do this.
Probably don’t look at this unless you are a vegetarian. Tofu doesn’t get abscesses, as far as I know.
Walmart’s supplier says they are proud of this footage.
The Bible had it all wrong. Sloths aren’t lazy - they are really freaking awesome.
Hannah the Hippo has her own pool. What a lucky hippo.
We all have an inner animal. Find out what yours is. Mine is “Dim Sum The Stubborn Wombat.”
While a less popular question with cats than dogs, these guys also ask, “Why call some animals pets and others dinner?” [Jack’s note: Equally important is the question, “Why dress up some cats as pigs when you could be dressing up ALL CATS as pigs?”]
Would you eat a dog (dressed as a pig)? Well don’t. The world is a better place with these guys.
Hannah the hippo plays soccer at The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in Ramona, California.
PETA’s dog park, right next to our Virgina headquarters, was closed to allow for undisturbed napping. Check out our
Live Cam to see if the ducklings are back.
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