Category: Animal Experimentation
The DOJ just indicted alleged members of a smuggling ring that reportedly abducted endangered macaques and shipped them to U.S. labs. See which companies we believe were complicit.
PETA is helping to organize workshops, publish reports, and build tools to help researchers who use superior, non-animal methods to boost their work.
Disturbed at the thought of beloved Disney characters drowning? Then take action for the sensitive mice and rats who are suffering right now in laboratories. Here’s how.
Harvard experimenter Margaret Livingstone says she “can’t imagine having more fun” than ripping baby monkeys away from their mothers and sewing their eyelids shut.
PETA is demanding that Brown University administration crack down on cruelty and killing in its laboratories and hold its staffers accountable.
A baby monkey strangled to death on a “surrogate mother”—after being taken from her real one.
We did it! We never gave up on the dogs from the canine muscular dystrophy lab. Now they’re going home.
They opened up her abdomen and sewed a transmitter device into her flesh—and that was only the beginning. Help end her torment today.
Monkeys used in experiments are often stressed, injured, and exposed to pathogens that can spread to humans.
Federal records document that Columbia University labs are lawless hellholes, in which experimenters perform unapproved surgeries and mice eat each other to survive.
A mob of PETA U.K. supporters swarmed a popular campus building to urge University of Bristol experimenters to use their brains and embrace modern, non-animal research. Learn more.
Margaret Livingstone downplays the cruelty of her experiments, but her papers document that she’s tormented and killed baby monkeys, cats, and other animals.
Solitary confinement, constant thirst, infections, hair loss for more than a decade—this is life for monkeys in Elisabeth Murray’s lab.
Get money, scare birds, do nothing of relevance—this experimenter’s plan to tackle the climate catastrophe is about as effective as scooping water with a slotted spoon.
PETA is calling for accountability after incompetence in a laboratory at Cornell University caused a sheep to bleed out after an experimental surgery was botched.
“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