“American Biology Teacher” publishes PETA’s dissection data.
“Some [monkeys] lost portions of their tongues while others needed sutures and/or partial digit amputations.”
The ruling is a partial victory for animals.
A volunteer at Tel Aviv University’s I. Meier Segals Garden for Zoological Research blew the whistle on the facility’s cruelty to animals. Tell the school to stop mistreating animals …
Senators and representatives learned why testing on animals is cruel and unreliable—and why animal-free methods need to be adopted now.
Urge AirBridgeCargo to stop shipping monkeys from China to the U.S. to be tortured in laboratories.
Good news! After PETA submitted comments to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) on ways to avoid tests on animals for antiseptic washes, the FDA found that the …
Britches was an infant monkey at the University of California–Riverside who was torn from his mother shortly after birth, had his eyes sewn shut, and had an electronic sonar …
You’ve never seen anything like this before—and you might be footing the bill for it.
“The NIH primate workshop … was an infomercial for torture.”—Kathy Guillermo, PETA Senior Vice President of Laboratory Investigations
Texas A&M University–Commerce neglected and then shot a suffering pregnant horse—cutting out her foal for a classroom exercise. Speak up now!
When an overseas personal-care product company was ordered by a government agency to test its products on animals, company leaders pushed back—and won.
Dissection is cruel and unnecessary—please speak up today.
When a cruelty-free company owner contacted PETA for help with an overseas regulatory agency that wanted him to conduct several animal tests, PETA’s scientists jumped into action and provided …
After PETA weighs in, the FDA concludes that most ingredients in antiseptic washes are no more effective than soap and water in preventing infections.