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Why is Eli Lilly still forcing animals to endure cruel swim tests?

By Susan Bird From Care2 On May 6, 2019, shareholders of pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Co. will have a chance to end the use of cruel “forced swim testing” on small mammals. As a beneficial holder of 56 shares…

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US: LSU allegedly bought live shelter dogs for research

By Susan Bird From care2 According to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals , the Louisiana State University veterinary school may have violated the federal Animal Welfare Act by buying dogs — both alive and dead — from a Baton Rouge animal shelter. PETA…

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US Judge throws out ‘Monkey Selfie’ Case

By Scott Graham, From The Recorder U.S. District Judge William Orrick has made it official: A crested macaque who allegedly snapped photos of himself does not have standing to bring a copyright suit over the renowned “monkey selfie.” Orrick dismissed a…

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PETA kills animals

PETA’s “Animal House of Horror” killed 82% of dogs and cats in its possession in 2013 Hypocritical animal rights group’s body count exceeds 31,000. Washington, D.C. – In February 2014, the Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) released its yearly review…

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Ellen DeGeneres gives Caribbean trip to pooch-saving Wellesley firefighters

By Jaclyn Reiss  From Boston.com Ellen DeGeneres interviews four Wellesley firefighters on her show before bestowing a cruise trip to the Caribbean — and bedazzled life vests — on the team that rescued a golden retriever from an icy Charles…