Rabbits Are Used for Horrific LD50 Toxicity Tests
In an attempt to estimate the dose of a chemical that will kill 50% of the animals exposed to it, experimenters may apply it to the shaved skin of rabbits and other small animals, potentially causing tremors, convulsions, salivation, diarrhoea, lethargy, and coma. Sign our petition to the UK government calling for an end to these cruel tests.Sign the Petition to the UK Government
Rabbits Are Poisoned and Killed in Tests for Cosmetics Ingredients
Pregnant rabbits are used in tests in which experimenters restrain them and force-feed them chemicals in order to see whether the substances will cause their babies to be born with abnormalities or even die. These mothers may suffer from convulsions, weight loss, and miscarriages. At the end of the pregnancy, they and their surviving unborn babies are killed. Please send a message to the European Commission (EC) and the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) demanding an end to such tests.Contact the EC and ECHA
Help Stop Plans for a Monstrous Rabbit Farm in Buckinghamshire
Plans have been submitted to Buckinghamshire Council for an enormous rabbit farm in Coleshill. If approved, around 10,000 rabbits a year will be slaughtered for their flesh and fur when they’re around 3 months old. The applicants already exploit thousands of rabbits on four other farms and are looking to expand their horrific franchise.Sign the Petition
Farfetch Profits From Rabbits' Suffering
Following pressure from PETA – and after hearing from our compassionate supporters – Farfetch announced that its global online luxury fashion platform will be fur-free by 2020. It’s great progress, but the website still contains hundreds of items made from angora. Urge the company to stop allowing unscrupulous designers to sell angora on its site.Urge Farfetch to Ditch Angora
Etsy Allows the Sale of Rabbit Fur
Etsy allows its users to sell items made of real rabbit fur, despite hearing from PETA US that animals in the fur industry spend their entire lives confined to filthy cages before finally being beaten, electrocuted, gassed, or skinned alive. Items sold include rabbit-fur coats, scarves, trim, and other accessories. Please urge Etsy to stop its users from selling fur items.Tell Etsy to Ban Fur
Dolce & Gabbana Sells Fur From Tortured Rabbits
Orylag rabbits know only darkness and pain inside their cramped, filthy wire cages, where they’re left to suffer from sores, dehydration, malnutrition, and other injuries and ailments. Please call on Dolce & Gabbana to stop profiting from these animals’ misery.Urge Dolce & Gabbana to Drop Fur
More Ways to Help Rabbits
- You can stand up to speciesism, speak up for rabbits and other animals, and get involved in PETA’s eye-catching demonstrations and hard-hitting campaigns by joining our Action Team. You’ll be a part of an inspirational, compassionate movement.
- Share this page with your friends and family and urge them to speak up for rabbits, too.