Posted January 7, 2011 by Rachelle Owen
According to an insider at University of Texas Medical Branch, dogs, monkeys, sheep, goats, ferrets, and mice are being used in cruel experiments in which their bodies are burned, mutilated, and cut open, and these animals are also suffering as a result of careless handling and severe neglect.
Our source reports the following:
Click here to send a short e-mail to UTMB President David L. Callender and urge him to immediately investigate these claims and dismiss any employee whose incompetence, negligence, or outright cruelty are found to have contributed to increased pain and misery for animals.
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