The U.K.’s Increase in Animal Tests Makes the News
A few days ago, I wrote about how animal testing in the U.K. is on the rise. It struck a chord with a lot of PETA Files readers, who were outraged that animals continue to be killed in cruel experiments, despite the availability of more effective, non-animal methods. The very first person to comment on the blog was Carla*, who said:
Yes, most chemicals put into a living, breathing body will kill you or leave you very, very ill. I’m sick and tired of hearing about these toxicity tests—sooo yesterday—and they continue to reap in funds so they can continue to torture and [maim] their victims. Cosmetics too—it’s all BS!! [Vivisectionists] are just plain sadistic beings without a soul!!
The rest of you echoed her response.
Because this is an issue that resonates with so many people, I thought you might enjoy reading this article in the U.K.’s Guardian, written by human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell. Tatchell attacks the recent Home Office report head-on and calls on the U.K. government to work diligently to rid the nation of crude animal experiments. The entire article is available after the jump.
Written by Shawna Flavell
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