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If You Love Animals, Please Use Cruelty-Free Products

 


We have been promoting the use of cruelty-free products for a long time now, but for the benefit of new readers, here is something from PETA:

As you read this, countless sensitive animals, including monkeys, rabbits, mice, and even cats and dogs, are suffering behind closed laboratory doors. In archaic household-product tests, animals are forced to inhale substances until they become sick or die, are tightly restrained while chemicals are dripped into their eyes, or are immobilized and have caustic substances smeared onto their bare skin. In other cruel experiments, animals are made to suffer from painful heart attacks, are injected with cells that grow massive tumors, or have holes drilled into their skulls so that electrodes can be inserted into their brains.

Those responsible for these crude procedures ignore the intense pain of millions of animals who are abused in laboratories as well as the fact that the results can never be reliably applied to humans and that more effective non-animal testing methods are available.

Note: Animal testing is NOT reliable. There ARE other methods of testing which do not use animals.

What PETA did in 2013:

We saved 70 beagles from going to a laboratory in India, where they would have been tortured and killed in cruel experiments.
We convinced the Polish military to replace its deadly use of animals for medical training with simulators and prompted the U.S. Army to require many medical personnel to use life-like simulation and other non-animal training methods instead of stabbing, shooting, and killing goats and other animals.
We compelled Air Canada, Philippine Airlines, United Airlines, and other air carriers to ban the transportation of monkeys destined for cruel experiments in laboratories.
We succeeded in our decades-long efforts to curtail federally funded experiments on chimpanzees. The National Institutes of Health cut funding for most biomedical experiments on them and is retiring to sanctuaries at least 310 of the 360 federally owned chimpanzees who are still in laboratories.

And in our simple ways, we have been promoting the use of cruelty-free household products. Don’t know where to buy?

Here: http://myanimalcare.org/gifts/

In this period of the austerity drive, it makes sense to give useful gifts and reduce extravagance and lavishness.

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Source: http://myanimalcare.org/2014/01/22/if-you-love-animals-pleas..



 

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