Cruelty Free International works to end animal experiments worldwide. We do this by investigating and exposing the reality of life for animals in laboratories. We challenge decision-makers to make a positive difference for animals. And we champion better science and cruelty free living.
With at least 190 million animals used in research and testing worldwide every year, the need for a global organisation working solely on this issue has never been greater.
Despite growing public concern and increasing availability of more humane and human-relevant non-animal methods, animals continue to be used in cruel and unreliable tests all over the world.
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subtitle: Thousands of monkeys are traded globally for research
subtitle: Make Alternatives a Priority in the US
subtitle: Help us stop the use of dogs in experiments
subtitle: Help us end the use of dogs and monkeys in experiments
subtitle: 5 animal tests that should be replaced
5 animal tests that should be replaced
subtitle: 10 animal tests that should be replaced
10 animal tests that should be replaced
subtitle: Pledge to #MakeTheirVoiceCount in this administration.
Animals don’t speak our language, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have anything to say.
subtitle: Ending cosmetics testing around the world
subtitle: Ending animal testing for cosmetics in North America
subtitle: Ask your US Representative to support the HEARTS Act
The HEARTS Act will prioritize the use of humane and effective alternatives to animals in experiments funded by the National Institutes of Health.
subtitle: Ask your US Representative to support the Humane Cosmetics Act.
If you live in the US you can help by contacting your US Senator and asking them to support the Humane Cosmetics Act
subtitle: Ask your US Representative to support the CARE Act.
Over 200,000 dogs, cats, and rabbits are used in experiments each year in the United States. The Companion Animal Release from Experiments (CARE) Act will ensure that dogs, cats, and rabbits are placed in loving homes