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70 million
The number of animals that are killed in U.S. laboratories each year.

How You Can Help




Animal Concerns - A non-profit organization that will connect you to other animal rights resources; including a link to actions you can take, general information, email lists, etc.

ASPCA - The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals web site includes ways to help, expert advice, and programs. There is a "lobby for animals," a site to help stop animal cruelty, and a link that takes you to adopt a pet. There is also help for pet owners including pet care, animal poison control, animal behaviors, and how to prepare for a natural disaster in regards to your pet.

PeTA - People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals: the world's largest animal rights organization. They focus on animal suffrage and their web site includes a kids page, shopping, donations, action center, etc.

PeTA2 - PeTA2 is a web site much like PeTA, only catered to a younger crowd. Their site includes a street team, their campaigns, a page for college students who want to make a difference, "the stuff" to buy, and much more. From their web site you can also get kits to help you in your fight for animal rights (such as go vegan or go vegetarian starter kits).

WSPA - The World Society for the Protection of Animals United States web site is about how "Animals Matter To Me." This organization promotes their campaign ("Help us achieve global recognition that animals matter, that they can feel pain and can suffer and that we have a responsibility to put an end to cruelty around the world"). They are looking for ten million signatures to send to the United Nations to show the world's governments what's happening is wrong. The also represent "the biggest ever global animal welfare initiative."

Youth Noise - This is a web site for the youth to go to "be heard." Once you've become a member of this site you can explore different causes that you support. For the animals rights page, you can view their resources, debate, post videos, and post on the boards to make your opinion be heard.


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