PETA’s Protesters Urge University of Bristol to Ban Near-Drowning Test
University of Bristol experimenters must drop these dead-end experiments and switch to superior, human-relevant methods before it comes back to bite them.
PETA Calls On Home Office to End the Forced Swim Test With 40,000 Strong Petition
Activists gathered outside the Home Office to demand an end to near-drowning tests on animals with a 40,000-strong PETA petition.
Mickey and Minnie Reimagined: PETA Highlights Suffering of Mice and Rats
Forced swimming experiments cause mice, rats, and other small animals to suffer for dead-end science. A new PETA campaign highlights their ordeal with a satirical image of Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
From ‘Love Island’ to ‘Science Lab’, Lucie Donlan Highlights Cruel Forced Swim Test
Love Island star Lucie Donlan “treads water” to highlight the cruelty of the forced swim test on animals.
PETA Hands Out Freebies to University of Bristol Students – But They Come With a Harsh Truth
A giant “rat” visited the University of Bristol today to hand out freebies to students – revealing a truth they perhaps didn’t know.
Visitors Warned of Animal Torture at University of Bristol Open Day
PETA activists stormed the University of Bristol’s 2022 open day with disruptive actions to warn prospective students about cruel forced swim experiments happening on campus.
Why Tormenting Mice Tells Us Nothing About Human Stress
We’re urging universities and research and testing facilities to stop intentionally stressing animals using the forced swim test.
PETA Crashes the Balloon Party With a Giant ‘Rat’
The forced swim test is no fiesta for the terrified animals who may think they are going to drown, says PETA “rat”.
Why Intentionally Stressing Animals Is Not Good Science
Experimenters absurdly claim that the forced swim test tells us about human mental health conditions, but the science does not hold water and distressing animals does not help humans.
A Uni Down Under, the University of South Australia, Comes out on Top for Mice
The University of South Australia has become a little kinder to animals after dropping the forced swim test. When will the University of Bristol follow its lead?
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