Update: Purina Thinks It's Okay to Test on Dogs and Cats
The Rise for Animals Team, October 23, 2019
You may remember that last December, we exposed Nestle/Purina for testing on dogs and cats inside a dedicated research facility in St. Joseph, MI. Now we have an update.
UCLA is Conducting Cruel Brain Experiments on Monkeys
Amy Meyer, October 22, 2019
There are grotesque, invasive brain experiments happening to monkeys inside laboratories at UCLA with our tax dollars.
History Tells Us: We Will Win
Christie Hendrickson, October 21, 2019
It is with the hope instilled from recent successful American movements that we at NEAVS look to a future with new norms—norms that make happy lives for animals. You are
In Defense of Animals
Frances Chrzan, October 17, 2019
“I’ve got a raccoon. Want to give me your number?” From across the parking lot of a convenience store came one of the strangest pick-up lines I ever heard. Believe me whe
Your Tax Dollars Used to Deafen and Kill Kittens in CA
Nathan Herschler, September 20, 2019
Researchers at the University of California-Irvine are restraining healthy kittens and flooding their bodies with a drug that makes them deaf. Take two minutes to make it
Rabbits exposed to anthrax “might die” at Southern Research
Amy Meyer, September 18, 2019
Request the USDA fine Southern Research for their horrible treatment of rabbits.
A macaque, open-mouthed, looks through cage wiring
Scholarly Journals Can Help Stop Abusive Primate Research
Mike Ryan, September 11, 2019
As of 2019, over 70 top scholarly journals will seemingly publish any research on primates, without considering the inherent ethical concerns.
EPA Announces Plan to Phase Out Many Animal Experiments
The NEAVS Team, September 11, 2019
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced that by 2035, they will have eliminated experimentation on mammals
A medical-gloved hand reaches toward a timid mouse perched atop a metal cage
BREAKING: Rep. Roybal-Allard Demands NIH “Count and Reduce”
The NEAVS Team, September 11, 2019
Despite the fact that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) claims it’s working to reduce the number of animals used in the experiments it funds, it’s also true that th