Campaign Updates

Another Orca Impregnated Too Young by SeaWorld

A new orca will reportedly share the same horrible fate as the 10 who are already suffering in cramped concrete tanks at SeaWorld San Diego.

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Kids to San Diego Mayor: Take Our Money Instead of Promoting SeaWorld

peta2 is calling on its more than 86,000 members around the world to send Faulconer pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

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SeaWorld Fights to Get Trainers Back in Tanks and Fails

Important ruling signals an end to the days when trainers stood and rode on orcas for human amusement at SeaWorld.

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Shocking Court Documents Expose SeaWorld’s Continued Cruelty

PETA has discovered court documents that uncover SeaWorld’s use of psychotropic drugs.

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SeaWorld Protester Pleads ‘Not Guilty by Reason of Necessity’

Protester Amanda Slyter pleads not guilty and invokes the “necessity” defense (violating a lesser law to right a greater wrong—such as SeaWorld’s orca abuse).

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PETA, ACLU Sue Airport for Rejecting Kathy Najimy Anti-SeaWorld Ad

PETA and the ACLU have filed a lawsuit against the San Diego airport after it wrongly refuses to run PETA’s new anti-SeaWorld ad starring Kathy Najimy.

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California Bill Would Free Orcas at SeaWorld

The captive orcas at SeaWorld San Diego have a long-awaited chance at freedom.

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Feds Cite SeaWorld Again for Expired Veterinary Drugs, Crumbling Stage

PETA complaint prompted the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to cite SeaWorld’s Orlando park for violations of the Animal Welfare Act.

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PETA Shareholder Resolution Calls On SeaWorld to Shift Orcas to Sanctuaries

Last year when SeaWorld stock went public, PETA became shareholders so that we could attend and speak at annual meetings and submit shareholder resolutions asking for policy changes.

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SeaWorld’s Open Letter

In defense of its abusement park, SeaWorld unleashed an expensive and inaccurate ad campaign in newspapers across the country. PETA’s Lisa Lange sets the record straight.

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