5 Ways PETA Is Helping Animals in Laboratories This Week

  1. Don’t miss the photos and videos of 25 beagles who were bred for experiments at Envigo but have now arrived at PETA U.S.’ animal shelter to receive much-needed TLC before heading to prescreened permanent homes.
  2. PETA delivered a video message straight to government experimenter Elisabeth Murray’s neighborhood as our truck ad circled her condo complex, alerting residents to the mutilation and despair of fearful monkeys in her laboratory of horrors.
  3. After pressure from PETA, including e-mails from more than 75,000 of our supporters, Erlanger Health System issued a statement rejecting medical training procedures on live animals. This compassionate move comes after we confronted the hospital over its participation in pig-mutilating trauma training drills at the University of Tennessee.
  4. Now that both long-tailed and pig-tailed macaques have been classified as “endangered,” we’re ramping up pressure on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to shut down the monkey-abduction pipeline in which these species are captured in their natural homes and shipped to experimenters around the world.
  5. Victory! Following worldwide protests, more than 100,000 e-mails in response to PETA entity action alerts, and hundreds of calls from our dedicated supporters, EGYPTAIR will no longer transport monkeys to laboratories.