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Best of 2019!
The Rise for Animals Team, December 30, 2019
As 2019 comes to an end we are taking a look back at some of our most popular posts.
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Dear Animals Scared and Alone in Labs
Nathan Herschler, December 24, 2019
As you make your New Year’s resolution, help us build upon our recent victories to save thousands of animals from needless suffering and death in the name of science.
A guinea pig looks as if it it smiling as it stands in green grass
Look What You Made Possible in 2019
Nathan Herschler, December 24, 2019
As we approach the end of 2019, it’s time to take a step back and reflect on the amazing work we've been able to accomplish thanks to you.
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Congress to USDA: Restore Animal Abuse Records
Mike Ryan, December 20, 2019
Great news! The spending bill being signed into law contains language to help us hold animal abusers accountable.
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Historic Action to End Testing on Monkeys
Nathan Herschler, December 18, 2019
More monkeys are suffering cruel tests in labs in America than any other time in history. Here’s our chance to throw the cage doors open.
Ellie the beagle looks up, a sweet expression on her greying face
Ellie’s Powers
Amy Meyer, December 13, 2019
Like the Stranger Things character she was named after, Ellie the beagle was tortured in a windowless research lab—and escaped.
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How We’re Winning
Frances Chrzan, December 12, 2019
Our one-of-a-kind information-collecting strategy has animal experimenters worried.
White rabbit in a laboratory
Ending Animal Experimentation in the Cosmetics Industry
Nathan Herschler, December 6, 2019
We need your voice to join ours in this final push to end the cruelty of the old cosmetics industry, and to shepherd in an era of cruelty free beauty.
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Dogs and Cats Used in Research Deserve a Shot at Adoption
Mike Ryan, December 3, 2019
In the past four years, 10 U.S. states have passed laws mandating that scientists experimenting on dogs and cats have to make an effort at getting them adopted out.