5 Ways PETA Is Helping Animals in Laboratories This Week

  1. Progress! After hearing from tens of thousands of our supporters, BluePearl Pet Hospital and VCA Animal Hospitals confirmed they’re no longer buying blood products from the cruel blood bank exposed by a recent PETA investigation.
  2. PETA reveals that the director of the Washington National Primate Research Center has an extensive history of refusing to follow the rules—or even meet basic requirements for animal care—during the depraved experiments she’s conducted throughout her career.
  3. Actor Atiana De La Hoya is collaborating with PETA to spread awareness of our Global Beauty Without Bunnies program, which promotes cosmetics companies that don’t test on animals.
  4. PETA sent a letter to the National Institutes of Health urging it to end its funding of experiments that cause unrelieved pain and distress in animals.
  5. Take action for the sick, starving—and possibly stolen—dogs at a grim Alabama laboratory.