5 Ways PETA is Helping Animals in Laboratories This Week
- Watch actor and PETA Honorary Director James Cromwell urge Congress to end the deadly and deceptive monkey-importation industry. He joined PETA scientists for a congressional briefing about the use of monkeys in experiments.
- In response to a question from PETA U.K., the British government admitted that animal testing is not required by law.
- After documenting severe neglect at Southern Biotechnology Associates, a company in Alabama that produces antibodies, the U.S. Department of Agriculture still licensed the deplorable facility.
- Somebody who viewed PETA’s anti–animal testing display at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst couldn’t handle the truth and vandalized the exhibit. A reward has been offered for any information that helps bring the perpetrator to justice.
- Pick up the new book by Dr. Pandora Pound, Rat Trap: The Capture of Medicine by Animal Research—and How to Break Free, an exposé that documents 150 years of failed animal experiments.