5 Ways PETA Is Helping Animals in Laboratories This Week

  1. PETA’s “dinosaurs” still roam the Earth—most recently, they’ve been spotted at the United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties in Scotland, urging President Joe Biden to appoint a National Institutes of Health director who will reject archaic animal tests.
  2. In a powerful Washington Post column, noted theologian Charles Camosy agrees with PETA that a hideous experiment approved by Anthony Fauci’s agency in which the heads of live beagle puppies were fed to sandflies is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to federally funded cruelty and incompetence. Camosy also called on regulators to work with PETA and implement our Research Modernization Deal to spare dogs, monkeys, and all other animals suffering in experiments.
  3. Don’t miss this Capitol-area coverage of PETA’s and U.S. senators’ condemnation of the puppy experiments—and share it with others who have questions about the horrific tests.
  4. PETA supporters—including a “mad scientist” who cut into the skulls of masked “owls”—gathered at Johns Hopkins University to demand that experimenter Shreesh Mysore be held accountable for conducting invasive brain experiments on barn owls.
  5. A national advocacy group for Black and other underserved minority farmers has joined us in demanding that the U.S. Department of Agriculture stop bleeding farmers dry to fund gruesome animal experiments used to make health claims about foods.