Help us liberate more animals by joining the Rescue Warrior Club!
This is a fun opportunity to help save lives in style. As a member of Rescue Warrior Club, your monthly donation ensures we’re able to continue to rescue animals from laboratories.
There are four tiers to choose from, each of which include their own perks & goodies. Sign up today & receive your exclusive member perks which include your very own membership card, rescue warrior club apparel and discounted merchandise from our BFP online shop.
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Leveled up to Freedom
Welcome to freedom Yoshi & Bowser!
These adorable boys suffered their entire lives in a laboratory – isolated in a cold, dark cage, where they were only let out to be tested on, until one beautiful summer day, when Yoshi and Bowser were finally freed!
Celebrate Everlasting Freedom for 20 liberated animal testing survivors
It was a sweltering ninety-degree day when our dedicated rescue team, accompanied by a handful of compassionate volunteers, made a trip to liberate twenty animals from a testing facility.
EDUCATE. LEGISLATE. LIBERATE.
Beagle Freedom Project is the world’s leading organization for rescuing and rehoming animals used in experimental research. Since 2010, we have liberated thousands of animals while working to end their abuse through education, advocacy, and legislation. Together, we are moving closer to a world without animal testing!
Fire Margaret Livingstone!
Margaret Livingstone, an “animal researcher” at Harvard Medical School, has been performing cruel, unethical, and traumatizing experiments on primates that must end now!
Last September she published a disturbing article wherein she describes horrific testing she performs on primates, where she takes infants away from their mothers and gives the mothers toys in place of their babies to see how they react. This is obviously intended to cause them to suffer, thereby alleging to study what depriving the mother-child bond would is like.
34 Beagles Rescued in Oklahoma!
On September 7, BFP liberated 34 beagles and 7 cats from a testing facility in Oklahoma. Most are seniors who have spent their whole lives outside and will require serious medical care. They have never had a cozy bed or felt a kind human touch, but now they can finally feel safe and loved! Please donate to help us cover their extensive medical care.
And if you live in OK, IN, TX, CO, WI, or NJ, click “Take Action” to help pass a Beagle Freedom Bill in your state!
Mia has found her forever fairytale home with The Duke & Duchess of Sussex!
Earlier this month, the royal couple visited BFP to adopt a pup! The Duchess expressed that she’s long supported BFP and wanted to give a loving home to an Envigo survivor, preferably an older dog in need. After playing with sweet Momma Mia, they knew she was the one! Click below to read all about it in the Los Angeles Times.
Helping every Envigo dog find the best home possible
Since Envigo closed in June, BFP has been helping shelters across the country find loving homes for the 4,000 beagles released through our Shelter Safeguard program. As the leading expert in rehabilitating and rehoming lab testing survivors, we’ve also distributed our Envigo Care Guide to help others care for these special-needs dogs. If you’re a shelter in need of support, we’re here to help! Get in touch.
Cruelty-Cutter makes it easy to shop cruelty-free!
BFP’s free app allows you to scan a product’s barcode to see if it’s tested on animals and search a directory for thousands of cruelty-free alternatives. Cruelty-Cutter is the #1 cruelty-free shopping resource because it’s easy to use! Get it today from your app store.
How to help beagles and other animal abuse survivors
If you want to help liberate animals from testing labs, the dog meat trade, and other abuses, the time is now! Whether you can fundraise to support our mission, sign a petition to pass a Beagle Freedom Bill in your state, or help educate kids on being kind to animals, BFP is here to empower you with the tools you need to make a difference.