You’ve seen and heard incredible stories of so many chimpanzees who reached sanctuary after long, hard years in the lab.
But now, the federal government is considering leaving the oldest, sickest chimpanzees behind.
Laboratory facilities that make money off keeping the chimpanzees and a new Working Group report organized by the National Institutes of Health’s federal advisory committee seem to be gearing up to try to justify the unacceptable.
Here’s what you can do:
- Use our form to submit brief comments to the NIH. Call for all surviving chimpanzees in Alamogordo and all laboratory settings to be moved to sanctuary, starting with the chimpanzees who need help the most. We will make sure your comments reach the NIH.
- To make a bigger impact and leave more detailed comments, download our fact sheet to follow our talking points and then visit the new NIH comment site to complete the sections listed on the fact sheet.