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Find out two things you can do right now to save lives during World Week for Animals in Laboratories.
Unfortunately, all too often, dogs are left to spend their entire lives in solitary confinement, trapped at the end of a chain.
Tell WUSTL to stop tormenting cats in cruel training courses!
HURRY: Seals are being beaten to death for their fur, and they need your help NOW!
Urge Marco Destin, Inc., to stop selling live animals in its stores!
Urge China Southern Airlines to join every other major airline in China by reinstating its ban on shipping primates to laboratories.
Sixty seconds. That’s all it takes for you to save animals. Are you ready to take the challenge?
Find out why torture is never acceptable, no matter who the victim is.
Painful genital mutilation is happening in the U.S. Check out how you can help stop it!
Tell USDA-Wildlife Services officials not to airdrop drug-laced mice on Guam in an attempt to kill snakes!
Tell NIH to cut taxpayer funding for experiments on animals at UCSF!
Tell businesses that sell Rougié foie gras to ditch this disgusting product.
Please urge Sears to ban the use of wild animals in future ads!
Tell PETCO to stop selling animals in flood-prone stores!
Huge numbers of birds who are forced into U.K. pigeon racing never make it home. Help pigeons now!
Urge ODFW officials to immediately stop the branding and killing of sea lions!
Celebrate Fur-Free Friday with our brand-new cover photo!
Share these pics to spread the word that animals should be loved—not worn!
Help animals on factory farms with our brand-new Facebook cover photos!
Tell Steak ‘n Shake to pull its commercial featuring a chimpanzee and to pledge never to use great apes in future ads!
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