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A monkey's arm is tied down, restrained at Arizona State University's primate research laboratory
Free Monkey “090235”
Nathan Herschler, November 18, 2020
The metal bar tight around his neck. His arm tied down. See the truth at Arizona State University—and help us shut them down.
Photo of a white mouse held in human hands clad in blue latex gloves
Sabotage! Scientist kills pregnant mice to ruin experiment
The Rise for Animals Team, October 15, 2020
A disgruntled scientist squeezed the life out of seven pregnant mice. You’ll never believe what happened at a renowned teaching hospital in Boston.
A baby mouse, its skin pink and translucent, curls up in a person's open palm
Baby Mice Wake Up in Frozen Body Bags
The Rise for Animals Team, August 18, 2020
When laboratory workers peered into a cage that was supposed to contain only three adult female mice—it was teaming with newborns.
Water—cool and blue—sloshes and splashes
Water Deprivation
Lindsay Oliver, June 30, 2020
Lindsay Oliver gives her firsthand account of witnessing this cruel practice while she worked undercover in an animal experimentation lab.
Loverboy, a melancholy rhesus monkey, sits alone in a sterile, cold, metal cage
Loverboy's Story
Lindsay Oliver, June 23, 2020
This is Loverboy, a melancholy rhesus monkey I met while working inside of an animal research facility. The highlight of my day was getting to see him.
A medical-gloved hand reaches toward a timid mouse perched atop a metal cage
Exposed: Mouse Experimenter Suspended for Cruelty
Amy Meyer, June 12, 2020
You won't believe the long list of animal cruelty that got him suspended.
A mouse, small and grey, looks into the camera
The Sac Rack
Lindsay Oliver, June 5, 2020
“It stands for sacrifice,” another lab technician told me as I eyed the sign. Sacrifice?…”
A black cat—named
"Cry Baby" the Cat Needs You
The Rise for Animals Team, May 27, 2020
The heartless treatment of one small cat is just the tip of the iceberg. Riner and Associates has been hurting animals for years. You can shut them down.
On a dingy wall, a dirty white sign marked
Peek Inside a Laboratory Building
Amy Meyer, May 18, 2020
You might be surprised by what you see.