PETA is working hard to free monkeys from laboratories, and you can help us.
We must abandon ineffective tests on animals, which have hobbled cancer research since the war on cancer was declared nearly half a century ago
PETA is working with lubricant companies to put more love into lovemaking.
Experimenters cut animals’ heads off and suture them onto the bodies of others. The bodies remain fully or partially paralyzed, and the animals soon die.
A pain medication that was tested extensively on animals has left one person brain-dead and five others hospitalized in its first human clinical trial.
Please contact your legislators and politely urge them to support the AWARE Act.
From lifelike trauma simulators to laboratory-grown skin, cutting-edge and cruelty-free science saves both animal and human lives.
The 2016 spending bill was just signed into law—and will spare many cats and dogs a life of torture in laboratories.
Animals aren’t astronauts. Yet Russia is taking a giant step backward for science and ethics by conducting cruel and misguided space-related experiments on monkeys.
PETA’s efforts to persuade the National Institutes of Health to embrace modern, humane research are resulting in significant progress.
Following pleas from Dr. Jane Goodall, James Cromwell, and Bob Barker, Congress calls for an ethical review of NIH’s cruel baby-monkey experiments.
The journalist and author stepped up to help PETA shutter Primate Products, Inc., and its cruel ilk.
Please join PETA in urging OU to send its remaining baboons to a sanctuary, where they can live out the rest of their lives in peace.
The U.S. government just awarded a $100 million contract to laboratories for radiation experiments on animals. You can help stop them.
Cosmetics companies may be quietly breaking UK and European law by continuing to sell products that are also marketed in China, where tests on animals are required by law.