1. A pack of PETA supporters hounded Texas A&M University President M. Katherine Banks outside a country club event, demanding that she do the right thing by releasing the 19 survivors of the school’s canine muscular dystrophy experiments.
  2. We garnered media coverage and raised public awareness of cruel test on primates by calling for charges against the University of Louisiana–Lafayette following the deaths from dehydration of five infant macaques.
  3. PETA U.K. is offering to help a struggling Bristol swimming pool by paying the facility to place a banner decrying the local university’s vile forced swim tests.
  4. PETA India appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to take note of the European Parliament’s resolution against animal tests and help ensure that Indian regulators follow suit.
  5. A USA Today article included our statement on the bizarre practice of stealing pigs’ organs and attaching them to humans—reminding readers that there are more effective and ethical ways to resolve organ shortages.

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