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A white mouse rests in a gloved hand
Two Whistleblowers Stop Animal Torture at Teaching Hospital
Nathan Herschler, March 27, 2020
What was happening to mice in the lab was brutal and unauthorized. So two whistleblowers did what they knew was right.
Think
Snuggled in blankets, a beagle pokes his nose out
We're Thinking of You
Nathan Herschler, March 20, 2020
You've been there for animals when they need you. It's now time to put you first. That's why we've pulled together a few resources to help you cope with COVID-19.
Liberate
Amy Meyer, our Grassroots Organizer, receives kisses on her face from a rescued dog
Your Rescue Update
The Rise for Animals Team, March 10, 2020
On November 23, 2019, our Animal Rescue Team launched its latest mission—liberate and rehome dogs tortured in cruel medical experiments a university in Mexico.
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A macaque peers through steel cage bars
Three Monkeys Die at a Lab Due to Negligence
The Rise for Animals Team, January 29, 2020
We’ve uncovered that in 2019 three monkeys died of dehydration and a fourth suffered due to staff negligence at a South Carolina lab called Alpha Genesis.
Advocate
A beagle stands in a metal cage
Dogs in Labs Never Get Exercise
Amy Meyer, January 22, 2020
Experiments on animals in labs are truly horrifying—but the horror doesn’t stop there.
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A close up of a monkey's paw
What Happened to Monkey “NM13”?
Nathan Herschler, January 17, 2020
Festering wound, extreme hair loss, and filthy cages — You can stop the horrific mistreatment of primates at Emory University.
Act
A monkey trapped in a cage
“Something Is Very Wrong at Lovelace”
Amy Meyer, January 3, 2020
Appalling neglect at Lovelace Institute kills monkeys: Tell the USDA to issue the maximum penalty.
Think
A content-looking cat gets scratches under her chin
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.
Advocate
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.