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A landmark bill would revamp FDA rules requiring deadly animal experiments, allowing faster development of lifesaving treatments. Please urge your Congress member to support it.
Take action today and tell the major remaining health food companies in Taiwan to stop experimenting on and killing animals for marketing food and beverage products.
The University of Illinois says that exposing mice to “episodic aggression” models urban African American violence. Seriously? Help us end this cruel, racist experiment.
It’s official: Shreesh Mysore’s brain-mangling experiments on owls at Johns Hopkins University are cruel and useless and, according to a Maryland state agency, have been illegal for years.
Traumatized and depressed, Cornelius has spent a decade locked in a laboratory cage at the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center—and one more day there is too long.
PETA and our German affiliate have fired off a letter to Germany’s defense minister calling for an end to using animals in trauma training drills. Will you add your voice to ours by taking action?
Experimenters have been working overtime to try to get their hands on even more monkeys to exploit and kill. Help PETA put the kibosh on this unethical campaign.
Based on PETA’s evidence, law-enforcement officials searched this chinchilla mill and opened a criminal investigation. See what we found.
We pushed, you sent in comments, and the Taiwan FDA agreed. Its monumental final decision means that animals will no longer be drowned or electroshocked to make anti-fatigue claims. (note we’re at max characters here)
These animals feel pain and suffer, but when used in labs, they are—shamefully and unscientifically—excluded from the definition of the word “animal” in the federal Animal Welfare Act.
The primate center at the University of Washington has a sordid history of deaths and incompetence. Tell the school’s board of regents what you think of that.
Since the 1960s, the National Primate Research Centers have been breeding grounds for immeasurable pain and suffering. Help PETA shut them down.
A new PETA report points out that more than 2,500 studies show that other animals feel pain, fear, joy, and love. Experiments on animals must end now.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind