Our goal? To rally Congress to investigate, audit and de-fund the V.A.’s taxpayer-funded dog experiments.
Please follow this link to rush a tax-deductible contribution to take the fight to the V.A. with our new "Prisoners of Waste" campaign.
I keep thinking about dog #A7. She’s one of the “Prisoners of Waste” we recently exposed to Congress.
No name. No family. Just a small basement cage and a crude government tattoo branded in her ear — like a prisoner.
Unless we take action during this brief moment when Congress sets the V.A.'s budget, you will pay for more treadmills on April 15th — whether you like it or not!
Thanks to you, we've rallied over 300,000 taxpayers to contact powerful Republicans and Democrats who fund the V.A.'s budget — and they've heard you loud and clear:
After we took our campaign to Rep. Dina Titus (D-NV), she stated: “Taxpayers should not fund experiments that abuse animals.”
She’s right. And now's our best chance to save these dogs as Washington considers budget cuts.
But we’re facing an urgent, end-of-quarter DEADLINE in a few days and we must meet our budget.
So please rush an immediate contribution to take the fight to the V.A. with our new "Prisoners of Waste" campaign.
Exposed: Cruelty Hidden From Public View. The cruelty, neglect, and outright incompetence that we uncovered at the University of Pittsburgh is appalling—and heartbreakingly common. But support from people like you helps us expose and stop the horrors that these laboratories want to keep hidden from public view. Will you help us do more to stop the suffering of animals like Gandalf and Jack? YES, I WANT TO HELP
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