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PETA - Exposed: Shocking New Animal Testing Video
We're only 36 percent of the way toward our goal of $250,000 in PETA's Global 'Stop Animal Tests' Challenge. Your gift today will go twice as far to help animals in laboratories Dear Anne,

Already more than 1,700 people have taken PETA's Global "Stop Animal Tests" Challenge and had their gift to help animals in laboratories doubled. Won't you donate right now so that your gift will go twice as far in PETA's work against cruel testing on animals?

This special challenge will help PETA continue the lifesaving work for animals in laboratories that started with our very first undercover investigation 30 years ago last month. That work has grown stronger every day since.

PETA's Silver Spring monkeys case, for the first time in U.S. history, sent a clear message that animals in laboratories cannot be tortured and killed with impunity. This investigation of the Institute for Behavioral Research uncovered the horrific abuse of 17 macaque monkeys and is notable for many historic firsts. It yielded the first search-and-seizure warrant to be served on a U.S. laboratory, the first confiscation from a laboratory of abused animals, the first cruelty-to-animals conviction of an experimenter, and the first U.S. Supreme Court victory for animals in laboratories.

Today, PETA is still putting a stop to cruel experiments, compelling some of the world's biggest companies to adopt more accurate and often less expensive non-animal testing methods, and saving animals' lives. In 2011 alone, PETA ended excruciating and deadly decompression experiments on sheep at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, helped to halt the sale of dogs and cats in Utah shelters to laboratories, and convinced a major airline to cancel a shipment of monkeys to a laboratory just days before they would have been sent to their doom. And in an undercover case that echoes that groundbreaking investigation 30 years ago, a PETA investigation resulted in the closure of animal testing hellhole Professional Laboratory and Research Services, Inc. (PLRS), the surrender of nearly 250 animals there, and the recent indictment on felony cruelty-to-animals charges of four of its employees, including a supervisor.

By taking the Global "Stop Animal Tests" Challenge right now, you can help us achieve even more lifesaving victories for animals in laboratories. Your gift to this online campaign today will be matched—dollar for dollar—by an anonymous group of generous PETA donors. We're still $160,000 away from our goal of $250,000 by November 1, so please give what you can today.

If history has proved one thing to governments, corporations, and others who still test on animals, it's that PETA and supporters like you will relentlessly fight for every animal who is trapped in these cruel and crude tests. Your support of PETA's efforts has prevented the torture and deaths of millions of individual cats, dogs, monkeys, pigs, mice, and other animals. But with millions of other animals right now at risk of being poisoned, burned, dismembered, and killed by experimenters, PETA must act—with your support—until all of them are out of harm's way.

With your donation to PETA today through this unique challenge, your gift will be doubled and go twice as far in our efforts to stop animal tests. Don't miss this vital opportunity to help animals in laboratories and have your gift matched dollar for dollar.

Thank you for working with us to make a world in which no animal lives in pain and terror in a laboratory.

Kind regards,
Ingrid E. Newkirk

P.S. Can I count on you to help us win even more victories for animals in laboratories? By taking PETA's Global "Stop Animal Tests" Challenge right now, you will help us secure desperately needed funds to end the suffering of animals trapped inside cruel laboratories. Please donate online now while your gift will be matched dollar for dollar.

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