Action Alerts

Call Utah jail to demand vegan food for Grand jury resister Jordan Halliday, who was recently re-arrested in Utah,  801-451-4200, hit 0

http://www.narn.org/vips/

Tell the USDA and SNBL to End Animal Torture at SNBL USA
SNBL USA [owned by the Japan-based Shin Nippon Biomedical Laboratories] is a contract research facility headquartered in Everett, WA that has a horrifying record of animal cruelty and faulty science. Each year, SNBL tests on thousands of animals—dogs, rabbits, mice, primates, and others—who are subjected to violent and careless treatment. SNBL imports almost 3,000 monkeys each year for experiments, and these individuals suffer and die inside the walls of the Everett facility.

ACTION ALERT:

Write Dr. Robert Gibbens at the USDA: robert.m.gibbens@usda.gov
Demand that the USDA investigate the SNBL facility in Everett, WA and hold them accountable for their repeated violations of the Animal Welfare Act. Ask them to no longer allow SNBL USA to conduct any research using animals, to have any animals in their care, or to keep any animals in the Everett facility for any purpose.

Let SNBL USA know that torturing animals does not go unnoticed and that people are demanding an end to all vivisection. Tell them to explore alternatives to using animals for research because vivisection is scientifically outdated and morally unacceptable.
SNBL USA, Ltd. – Headquarters
6605 Merrill Creek Parkway
Everett, WA 98203
Tel: 425.407.0121
Fax: 425.407.8601
info@snblusa.com

Help Pass The Traveling Exotic Animal Protection Act
Please contact your member of Congress and ask her/him to support H.R. 3359, the Traveling Exotic Animal Protection Act, which would restrict the use of wild animals in traveling circuses.

Exotic animals used in circuses are separated from their families, brutally trained to perform unnatural tricks, chained, confined to small cages and pens, and shipped around the country by train or truck for months on end.

Contact your U.S. Senators
http://www.senate.gov/

Contact your U.S. Representative
http://www.house.gov/