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 pig's face is displayed close up
New Animal Experiment Trends You Need to See
Mike Ryan & Casey Webster, June 4, 2020
Our investigative team examined the last four years of USDA APHIS reports—including the 2019 reports just released in the spring of 2020—to uncover the latest in trends o
A crowd of activists with
Black Lives Matter
The Rise for Animals Team, June 4, 2020
For our readers who are on the journey to become anti-racists, welcome. We are glad you’re here. There is a lot to learn.
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.
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Peek Inside a Laboratory Building
Amy Meyer, May 18, 2020
You might be surprised by what you see.
A rodent walks away from the camera
Exposed: Cutting Open Animals by Phone Light
Amy Meyer, May 7, 2020
Harrowing new story of surgical experiment shows how little experimenters care about animals—again. You can shut them down.
A school of fish swim in deep blue water
Are Rats, Mice, Birds, and Fish Animals?
The Rise for Animals Team, May 1, 2020
The U.S. Government Doesn't Think So
A ferret holds on to the cage bars in front of him
Silent Sufferers
Frances Chrzan, April 28, 2020
Not all animals scream when they’re hurt.
A chuckwalla angles her head towards the viewer
Climate Change Research that Hurts Animals
Amy Meyer, April 22, 2020
This Earth Day, we demand better research for the future of our planet.