Action Alerts: Animal Experimentation
“I thought those bleak days were in the rearview mirror,” says the actor and Detroit native. Join her in taking action.
We must stop a Senate bill’s dangerous provision that would prohibit states from banning the sale of cosmetics tested on animals and strike down current laws that ban this. Take action!
Envigo and Its Parent Company, Inotiv, Want to Sell Beagle Prison Survivors for Experiments—Urge CEO to Let Every Dog Be Adopted
Inotiv is fighting to wring every last penny out of the exploitation of these long-neglected dogs, who have already been through so much. Urge leadership to adopt these animals out.
Don’t let Eli Lilly’s board of directors stay silent. Urge members to use their authority and order the company to ban the cruel forced swim test.
Please send a polite e-mail urging the Department of Defense to end the use of animals in all military trauma training and to use superior human-simulation technology instead.
Babies who are torn away from their mothers. Monkeys who escaped from cages and died from head trauma. This is just business as usual at the school’s California National Primate Research Center.
Monkey tormentors and their supporters make up 60% of a federal panel determining the course of primate experimentation in this country. Demand better!
NIH has done nothing to prevent harm to monkeys or humans. Demand that it take action now!
Take action now to encourage the school to do the right thing by students and animals!
NIH knows that animal experiments don’t lead to treatments for humans, but it squanders billions of taxpayer dollars anyway. It’s time to embrace human-relevant research methods.
Take action today and tell the dean of Texas A&M’s vet school to release the “vet school nine”!
Beamish is a monkey born into laboratory experimentation. Sixteen years later, he’s still being experimented on, currently in Elisabeth Murray’s monkey fright lab.
“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