People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
On a sidewalk at 10th and Market Streets, a PETA spokeswoman said that angora rabbits endure horrifying pain as factory workers mistreat them to produce fabric for the fashion industry.
For nearly four decades, people have flocked to the drive-thru safari to get up close and personal with the animals at the Jackson, NJ theme park.
A Newtown, Bucks County hair salon celebrated its grand opening over the Earth Day weekend. And the timing couldn’t have been better. The salon is totally organic.
The animal rights goup “PETA” (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is departing from some controversial tactics of its past — such as having women disrobe in public — to unveil a decidedly more conventional form of advertising.