A groundhog peeks his head over grass
Animals You Didn't Know are Suffering in Laboratories
Amy Meyer, August 4, 2020
You know that there are millions of animals suffering inside laboratories. But did you know about these less-often discussed species used in experiments?
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Ferrets Can Barely Move at the University of Georgia
Frances Chrzan, July 30, 2020
The University of Georgia is studying the flu. They use one of the most common animals used in flu studies—the ferret.
A small white mouse is cradled in human hands clad in sterile blue gloves
The Mouse Who Died in My Hands
Lindsay Oliver, July 23, 2020
“I was working in an animal lab. My job was to check cages of mice and rats to make sure they had food, water, and were still alive. It was an ordinary day as I walked fr
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Cruel Experiments on Ferrets at VCU
Miranda Eisen, July 17, 2020
Once again, ferrets are being used in cruel experiments as means to an ineffectual end. You can take action to help stop this from happening further at VCU.
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Breaking: Animals in Labs Get a Chance at Adoption
Frances Chrzan, July 14, 2020
Now over 1 million animals in NIH-funded research will get post-research adoption consideration.
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Let's End the Suffering at Southern Research Institute
Frances Chrzan, July 14, 2020
Records uncovered by NEAVS show immense suffering at Southern Research Institute.
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Lawsuit Against the USDA for Better Treatment of Primates
The Rise for Animals Team, July 9, 2020
On behalf of both NEAVS and the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Harvard Law School’s Animal Law & Policy Clinic filed a lawsuit against the United States Department of Agricul
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37 Years as a Test Subject
Casey Webster, July 6, 2020
Tell Georgia State University to Release Hank the Monkey to Sanctuary
Amy Meyer, holding a sign
Reflection From the Grassroots
Amy Meyer, July 2, 2020
There’s an uncomfortable truth about grassroots activism: this work can put us in danger.