5 Ways PETA Is Helping Animals in Laboratories This Week

  1. HUGE PETA VICTORY! Texas A&M University will finally be releasing the last nine survivors of its horrific canine muscular dystrophy laboratory!
  2. A PETA supporter captured her confrontation with a University of Tennessee official, urging him to compel the university’s medical school to switch to human simulators instead of torturing pigs in emergency training drills.
  3. Our “crying sheep” flocked to a high-profile Navy League dinner in New York City, seizing yet another chance to condemn the U.S. Navy for subjecting sheep and other animals to agonizing decompression experiments.
  4. PETA’s Craig Shapiro penned this thought-provoking piece, which explains why experiments on animals fail humans, too, for The Good Men Project.
  5. After uncovering evidence that a marmoset infected with tuberculosis escaped during a procedure at a National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases laboratory and that staff then failed to address this biosecurity lapse properly, PETA is urging the agency’s head, Dr. Anthony Fauci, to investigate the incident. (Fauci will be stepping down at the end of the year, after PETA generated public condemnation of the dangerous and pointless animal experiments he’s approved.)