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Sophie the cat with visible hair loss at Riner & Associates
Save Sophie the Cat Before It’s Too Late
Nathan Herschler, December 9, 2020
At least 20 animals have not received urgently needed veterinary care from Riner & Associates since 2014.
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White rabbits sit in small, barren, metal cages
Rabbit 612958 Died a Victim of Untrained Caretakers
Casey Webster, November 24, 2020
Government researchers failed to observe obvious signs of distress in rabbits.
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A long-tailed macaque and her offspring sit among lush green trees
Stolen from the Wild
Nathan Herschler, October 29, 2020
Thousands of monkeys have been stolen from the wild in Mauritius, Vietnam, and China to be imprisoned and sold to support the animal experimentation industry.
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A beagle lifts her eyes up
Warning: These Pet Products Support Animal Cruelty
Amy Meyer, October 27, 2020
In pet stores across America, Marshall BioResources, one of the largest breeders of animals for torture in labs, sells Marshall Pet Products.
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Photo of a chimpanzee looking down behind cage bars
Yet Again, NIH Resists Sending Chimps to Sanctuary
Mike Ryan, October 27, 2020
When a transfer benefits only chimps, NIH suddenly cares about welfare.
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Lab Hangs Animals by Their Tails for Cruel Experiments
Frances Chrzan, October 10, 2020
Brookhaven National Lab, part of the U.S. Department of Energy, suspends rodents by their tails for experiments.
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Photo of a clean, pink pig's face
Virginia is for Torturers
The Rise for Animals Team, October 1, 2020
In a state with a strong record for banning painful experiments, why are these animals fair game?
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Image of a young monkey, shining eyes looking through its cage wires
Newborn Monkeys in Goggles? Not Cute. DEADLY.
The Rise for Animals Team, September 30, 2020
Look who’s killing baby monkeys in Texas. These animals will never open their eyes again.
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Photo of a blue-eyes cat staring through steel cage bars
Missing: Veterinarians
Nathan Herschler, September 29, 2020
True or False: Facilities that experiment on animals must have a veterinarian on site. If you answered false, you’re right.