Posts Tagged ‘Stop Animal Testing’
Everyday newspapers and online ads are offering up dogs for sale. Dogs of every breed shape and size are available for a price. If you look closely and are an astute negotiator sometimes you can find what seems to be a bargain. You may be offered a ‘non-papered’ purebred, which means getting the dog you want at a reduced price.
But are you getting what you ordered? What looks like a purebred may, not be a purebred after all. Papers can be falsified or, as noted above, there may not be papers at all. If only Read the rest of this entry »
Stop Animal Testing
I don’t understand the mentality of a company that does animal testing. And where do they find employees who willingly participate in the torture of these innocent creatures?
Yes, I would understand if we took our lives in our hands every time we used soap to wash our hands. If testing on an animal kept our children from being harmed or losing their life, then yes, I could understand. But we don’t risk our lives by washing our hands, shampooing our hair, or cleaning our bathrooms.
Why test these products on animals anyway? Read the rest of this entry »
Ban Animal Testing
In toxicology tests non-human primates (NHPs) are selected as most suited to studies of neurology, behavior, reproduction, genetics and xenotransplantation (Wikipedia describes this as ‘the transplantation of living cells, tissues or organs from one species to another’). They are also used in Aids tests. They are mainly purpose bred in USA, China and Europe but they are also caught in the wild or even gathered from zoos and circuses. There is great demand for them in laboratories as they are considered as being central to vaccine development and also Deep Brain Stimulation tests.
“Animal testing precedes Read the rest of this entry »