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Animals Still Suffer at Iams
For years, PETA has pressed Iams to stop conducting and funding experiments on animals and to adopt 100 percent humane testing methods. Iams has made some progress, but many animals are still suffering for its products. Read more.

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Iams: A Recipe for Cruelty
A nine-month investigation into the pet food giant reveals dogs and cats fed a steady diet of loneliness, suffering, and neglect in their laboratory cages.

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Caring consumers might never guess that lonely animals are confined to tiny barren cages in laboratories for years on end to test dog and cat food. PETA has contacted hundreds of companion-animal food companies to find out whether they conduct laboratory tests on animals. Numerous companies responded to let us know that they do not.
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Iams Continues Cruel Experiments on AnimalsIams Continues Cruel Experiments on Animals
Iams Flips the Bird at Validated Non-Animal Tests!Update: Iams Stops Using Chicks in Tests!
We Want Empty Cages, Not Slightly Nicer CagesWe Want Empty Cages, Not Slightly Nicer Cages
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