'I did what I could to keep a level head and stick to the topic,' said Jennifer White.
PETA is calling out the star for the feathered cape that she wore during her performance Sunday at the Super Bowl halftime show.
Hurricane Michael devastated the South, leaving at least 11 dead. Businesses are gone,” said Florida Gov. Rick Scott. The Category 4 storm forced many residents to evacuate, some even leaving their pets behind.
An animal welfare charity has called for Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls to be axed, after a pig choked itself to death on the survival programme.
Animal activist group PETA has slammed Channel 4 show Bear Grylls' Celebrity Island after it emerged that a pig chokes itself to death on a forthcoming episode.
An animal rights group has settled a lawsuit with a family after they took a nine-year-old girl’s pet chihuahua away from her and put it down. Victoria Carey and Jennifer Wood, two women associated with the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, had travelled to Accomack, Virginia, to help capture wild cats and dogs at a trailer park. While there, they removed an unattended and unleashed chihuahua named Maya – who was a Christmas present to Cynthia Zarate.
Horrified visitors at a zoo in China watched in shock when a group of tigers kill a man who climbed into their enclosure. The victim, identified only by his surname of Zhang, was filmed being mauled to death by the animals at Ningbo Younger Zoo in eastern China’s Zhejiang province.
Peta, the animal rights’ organisation, has warned that a common weed could be incredibly harmful to your dog. Peta warned animal owners to be vigilant this summer and to avoid walking dogs in overgrown grass or on trails with foxtails. Mimi Bekhechi, director at Peta UK told the Mirror: “Foxtail can get lodged between dogs’ toes or stuck in their eyes or ears, and if it becomes embedded, it can cause severe infections.
This time, it was a swan in Macedonia that met its unfortunate end after being dragged up from a lake by a tourist - before being left to die on a beach. After taking the photo, she then reportedly abandoned the animal.
Geordie Shore’s Vicky Pattison was crowned Queen of the jungle, and TOWIE’s Ferne McCann ate a live, LIVE, spider. Animal rights charity, PETA, have released a statement criticising the ITV show for subjecting the spider to being eaten alive just to boost TV ratings, explaining: “Time and time again, this programme has shown a complete disregard for sentient life and a lack of creativity, evidenced by the fact that it has repeated the same tacky and inhumane stunts for more than a decade.
Little Mix have chained themselves up for PETA’s new campaign, which aims to end the suffering of wild animals in the circus. The girl group, composed of Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, have used their high profile status for good as they star in the black and white poster with their ankles in shackles.