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NC lab halts work after PETA video, animals to be released need forever homes, please help if you are able

September 15, 2010
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UPDATE, 9/17
Thank you to Jennifer for this updated information.
All animals (253) from the research Center in NC have been rescued by shelters and rescue groups.
If you want to adopt, you can inquire with:

DC: 202-726-2556
Cateret Co. NC: 252-247-7744
Guilford Co. NC: 336-297-5020
NJ: 973-824-7080
Norfolk, VA: 757-622-3319
VA Beach: 757-427-0070

Please only call the shelters if you are willing to drive there and adopt. THANKS for your help everybody! We did it. Lucy

Thank you so much to Shannon and Jessica for this information, please see below for articles and complaint filed by PETA with USDA.

These animals need to be adopted from PLRS Lab in North Carolina, and the cats in particular are looking for forever homes. If you are able to open your home, please contact Cathy with Animal Welfare Institute Onlineemail address below, or if you are a nearby shelter who can take some of the animals:

From Cathy, AWIO:

She said the animals will actually be going to shelters first and won’t be directly adopted.

What she needs most right now is to be contacted by any shelters in NC or VA (or neighboring states) that would be willing to take some of the animals! Any shelters that are willing to help should call or email her (please note, there are two shelters that may be potentially taking some of these animals, one in NC: Charlotte, Wake SPCA, Guilford; one in NJ: Carteret Co) :

http://www.awionline.org/ht/d/OrganizationDetails/i/2/pid/212

She also said if people are interested in adopting any of the animals (especially people in NC or VA), she needs them to email her this information at:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • What animal(s) or types of animals they’re interested in adopting.

If she knows what areas people have people willing to adopt one of the animals, she may be able to get the shelters to take 1 or 2 more of them.
Once she has shelters to take all the animals she will send out emails to those who emailed her letting them know where to go.

http://abernacky.tumblr.com/post/1132056366/update-animals-need-homes-from-nc-lab-how-to-help

The animals still in need of placement are:

  • Beagles (Female): 16
  • Beagles (Male) :56
  • Catahoula (Male): 1
  • Hound Cross (Female): 4
  • Hound Cross (Male): 1
  • Lab/Pit Mix (Male): 1
  • Basset Beagle Cross (Male): 1
  • Lab/Jack Rissell Cross (female): 1
  • Cats: 49

From The Washington Post
By Mike Baker

A North Carolina lab has stopped doing research and is surrendering all of its animals a week after an undercover video showed what activists allege were workers cruelly treating dogs, cats and rabbits, federal regulators said Wednesday.

U.S. Department of Agriculture spokesman Dave Sacks said officials are trying to find new homes for more than 200 animals that were at Professional Laboratory and Research Services Inc. He said it was the company’s decision to give them up and stop research. The USDA inspected the site this week and has started a formal investigation.

The developments come after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals released a video of conditions at the lab. PETA contends that workers violently handled the animals and violated laws.

“I think it’s imperative that all the animals go to good homes,” said Kathy Guillermo, vice president of laboratory investigations at PETA. “They’ve suffered enough. This is a chance for them to know for the first time in their lives some joy and some peace.”

The company’s phone number at the lab in Corapeake, near the Virginia border, was disconnected Wednesday. Company president Helen Sonenshine did not immediately return a call seeking comment but previously said she was disgusted and appalled by the video.

The lab was hired by pharmaceutical firms to test animal care products such as flea preventatives. USDA inspection reports show no sign of violations before the PETA video.

One scene of the video, according to PETA’s account, shows an employee purposely letting a cat grasp a fence with its claw before yanking it in an apparent attempt to rip off its nails.

Another clip shows workers trying to remove a tooth from a dog while acknowledging that the sedation drug expired years ago and may not be working. PETA contends that workers also sprayed the animals with harsh chemicals, lifted rabbits by their ears and puppies by their throats, and violently threw cats into their cages.

PETA referred videos, photos and a narrative to the local prosecutor, who said he is reviewing the matter.

Statement From
PETA

Investigation Victory: Just one week after PETA released the results of its shocking undercover investigation of North Carolina-based contract animal testing facility Professional Laboratory and Research Services, Inc. (PLRS) and filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), PLRS is surrendering nearly 200 dogs and dozens of cats and shutting its doors for good. This is a monumental victory and the first time that a laboratory has been forced to surrender animals and close under pressure on the heels of a PETA investigation and while facing a formal USDA investigation.

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  1. Lynne Koenigsberg permalink
    September 15, 2010 8:58 pm

    I am thrilled to hear that this “Lab of Horrors” is shut down! and that these animals will have a chance to find homes where they are loved and cared for and can live in Peace! Subjected to cruelty beyond comprehension for too long, perhaps now they can learn to trust a real human being again. And, to the staff of PLRS, I wish nothing good. As a matter of fact, I look forward to attending your trial. Helen Sonenshine, president of PLRS, “I do not ‘buy’ your story that you did not know what was transpiring at your lab.” I was informed that you had a lab in Virginia that received bad press so you closed shop and moved your business across the border. May you never be granted another license to torture and kill animals again! Dr. Larry Cruthers, veterinarian for PLRS, “may you be disbarred from ever practicing medicine again.” I read about your cruel experiments for heart worm in which all 30 dogs were killed after you were done abusing them. You are an evil man. It will be my pleasure to notify every vet in Chesapeake (your home) and beyond as well as North Carolina, who was responsible for these animals which were subjected to cruel experimentation. In addition, Robyn Slone and all the vile individuals that remain nameless for now… I anticipate with great pleasure your punishment. Thousands of animal activists look forward to knowing your fate. We hope and pray it is as horrific as it was for these animals in your care!

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    • Ivanova permalink
      September 16, 2010 4:30 am

      Bravo on PETA investigation! Thats is right way to fight for animals rights! Save animals!

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  2. Nicole Angela Amendo permalink
    September 16, 2010 1:18 am

    I wrote letters and urged friends to write letters. Seeing this article gave me such a feeling that yes we can make a difference. I might not be a celebrtiy or famous but my voice can be heard. This is a major win for animals. I can not believe the amount of animals in the facility. My prayers go out to them. I am wondering about the rabbits though. Because I know they were testing on them with peeling the skin and attaching many parasites in a capsule to them. I am assuming they might have had to be put down which breaks my heart. I hope each and every animal finds a truly loving home.

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  3. hamishdad permalink
    September 16, 2010 6:28 am

    It has been reported elsewhere that the president of this lab, Helen Sonenshine, was disgusted and appalled after viewing PETA’s video.

    Is she the same Helen Sonenshine whose husband is a professor emeritus at Old Dominion University and a renowned expert on ticks?

    http://manhattan.blockshopper.com/news/story/1000041368-Professor_buys_condo_in_Trump_Place_200

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    • kathy malaspina permalink
      September 26, 2010 4:47 am

      the one and the same……

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  4. Cyndi Cicero permalink
    September 16, 2010 9:55 am

    Please tell me the “workers” who seemed to despise these animals are going to brought up on animal abuse charges.

    They are monsters and this place was a house of horrors congrats PETA on getting this place closed down.

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    • September 16, 2010 10:01 am

      Hi, Cyndi ~

      My understanding is that the DA is currently reviewing the case of all who participated in the abuse, but I will absolutely update once I have additional information.

      I would also ask that if anyone has information to pass along, please do so.

      Thank you!

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  5. September 16, 2010 1:53 pm

    We MUST force the lab owner to keep and feed and care for these animals until they can be adopted. If we don’t, many will be killed. 70+ Beagles is a lot to rescue at one time, so we MUST have some help on this. Call anyone who can help force the owner to do what is right!

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    • Jessica permalink
      September 23, 2010 8:31 pm

      Hi Bob! I agree with you 100% They should be responsible for these animals needs!! I just don’t understand how some people can live their lives like nothing after they abuse animals! Sick demons!

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  6. Maria Navarro permalink
    September 16, 2010 4:41 pm

    I just can’t believe how bad, how dirty, how heartless, how mean humans can be.
    If they can kill other humans, if they can create wars, if they can hate others, what an animal can mean to those humans?
    This is the answer you can find when we see things like this.
    Actions completely coming from the most low and dark parts of human core. Those who possess hatred like that, and need to discharge it into animals…are a result of a society that is corrupted in many ways…a society that is creating monsters.

    I don’t by any circumstance, justify these actions.
    I insted, condemn those people and will always wish, they receive the same treatment they gave these innocent and beautiful creatures.

    Because those who we love animals, and life, and beautiful in our world, can’t let our hearts be filled with the same hatred as those monters, living as humans, that are surrounding us.

    I will love animals until the day I die. And I hope I can live many years, because I still believe, one day…mother nature will take it’s toll on us, and I want to be there to witness it.

    Peace everybody…and keep on fighting for them

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  7. Terry permalink
    September 17, 2010 9:10 pm

    The lab owners and employees should burn in hell for all eternity.

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  8. Lyn Faull permalink
    September 18, 2010 10:22 pm

    I’m thrilled that the dogs and cats are to be rehomed, but there is no mention of those poor rabbits. What happened to them?

    And why oh why did it take nine months to film this cruelty? All those poor animals were suffereing needlessly all that time. Bravo PETA for exposing it, but you should have acted far more quickly.

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  9. CATHALA permalink
    September 22, 2010 9:15 pm

    Il faut arriver absolument à placer ces animaux ils ont trop souffert ils ont drot enfin au bonheur d’un foyer

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  10. Dora permalink
    September 22, 2010 10:03 pm

    Of course Helen has to defend herself. They all do when they’re found out and then act like they didn’t know. I can hear that door slamming shut when they closed down and that’s a “good sound!!” Now, let’s email all those companies that paid them for the research!!!!!! Let’s not end hear with the shutting of one door. There’s more doors we must knock on.

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  11. Andrew permalink
    August 1, 2011 12:39 am

    Daniel E Sonenshine and his wife Helen N Sonenshine, 215 Brook Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510
    The Owners and President of the former PLRS LAB in Corapeake NC
    These two are the ones who profited from the misery of the animals that were tortured and killed over the years at PLRS. They should also have to pay for the cruelty that was committed at PLRS. It would be a disgrace to see these two walk away with no mention. They will be free to go and open up another laboratory of hell for animals. They should also be brought to justice and it needs to be known who they are what their involvement was in allowing PLRS to so blatantly disregard any safety there is for animals in such a miserable concentration camp environment such as PLRS.

    Daniel E. Sonenshine, professor emeritus in biological sciences at Old Dominion University, is the director of the university’s Animal Care Facility.

    http://www.odu.edu/ao/instadv/quest/Sonenshine.html

    Growing up in New York City, Dan Sonenshine, professor emeritus and eminent scholar of biological sciences, dreamed of glory on the baseball diamond or football field. As a graduate student, he discovered his field of dreams was acarology, the scientific study of mites and ticks.

    Something about the tick clicked, and Sonenshine embarked on a love-hate relationship with the pesky arachnid that opened doors to places he’d never thought of going – the Sinai Desert, for example, where he once collected ticks from camels in a Bedouin encampment.

    Shortly after joining the Old Dominion faculty in 1961, Sonenshine began a tick research project in conjunction with the Virginia Department of Science. Along with other faculty, he created a master’s program and two Ph.D. programs and, in 1983, received ODU’s Tonelson Award for academic excellence. He served as the associate vice president for research for four years.

    Sonenshine’s research on tick pheromones, tick immunity and tick-borne diseases began in 1984. Patents and commercial products derived from his work. His definitive two-volume text, The Biology of Ticks, was published in 1991 and 1993, followed by the Dynamics of Tick-Borne Zoonoses in 1994. He received Virginia’s Outstanding Scientist award in 1994.

    Sonenshine retired “from teaching, only” in 2002. He continues to do research and remains director of ODU’s Animal Care Facility.

    The Temple they attend is Ohef Sholom in Norfolk Virginia

    http://www.ohefsholom.org/community/prime_time/

    They are members of Hampton Road Community Organization

    http://www.hamptonroadscf.org/donors/legacySociety.html

    They own a condo in The Trump Place in New York Upper West side of Manhattan – 200 Riverside Boulevard between 69th and 70th Street

    http://manhattan.blockshopper.com/news/story/1000041368-Professor_buys_condo_in_Trump_Place_200

    Professor buys condo in Trump Place 200
    byGlenda Smith, publishedNov. 3, 2009 ShareThis
    Daniel Sonenshine and Helen Sonenshine bought a one-bedroom, 1.5-bath condo at 200 Riverside Blvd. in Lincoln Square from David M. Asch for $905,000 on Sept. 30.

    The 1,104-square-foot Unit #4B is one of 372 in the 42-story building at 200 Riverside Blvd., which was built in 1997.

    Mr. Sonenshine is a professor emeritus and eminent scholar of biological sciences at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va.

    According to BlockShopper.com, there have been 252 condo sales in Lincoln Square during the past 12 months, with a median sales price of $1,097,500.
    Filed under:Education
    Address: 200 Riverside Boulevard, Unit: 4B
    Buyer(s):Daniel Sonenshine and Helen Sonenshine
    Seller(s):David M Asch
    Sale date:Sep. 30, 2009
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