Action Alerts: Animal Experimentation
No Black Friday deal is worth the suffering of sentient animals. This holiday, make sure your purchases don’t support cruelty.
The National Institute of Mental Health has a mind-boggling approach to finding cures for humans—and it involves killing animals. Spoiler alert: It’s not working.
With one click, you can support modern test methods that don’t use animals
For years, NIH has been letting you foot the bill for people who are in the business of killing in foreign lands. The CARGO Act can end this reign of terror.
A slap on the wrist for slicing open animals? Here are the wicked acts on which the federal government turns its back.
Will the next pandemic come from pig organs? Here’s what you need to know about dangerous and deadly animal-to-human organ transplants.
Urge your U.S. senators to remove the provisions in the spending bill that would expand the cruel and flawed monkey experimentation agenda.
Please send a polite letter to USU President Cockett and demand that the school replace all use of animals in PSY 3400 with effective, non-animal teaching methods; humane field research observing animals in their natural habitats; and/or ethical studies involving consenting humans.
Tell Canadian officials to follow the U.S.’ lead and immediately shut down the monkey-importation trade in Canada.
Please take action today by sending a polite letter to Simpson College urging it to adopt compassionate, non-animal teaching methods in its “Learning and Behavior” psychology course (PSYC 331).
Please use the form below to urge your U.S. representative to cosponsor the CARGO Act today!
PETA scientists are revolutionizing food industry testing worldwide by successfully persuading companies to use modern science and end the use of cruel and deadly animal experiments.
“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