• Help the Victims of Charities

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    Over a year ago

    http://www.victimsofcharity.org/

    The purpose of this website is to monitor and challenge charity-funded vivisection. By raising public awareness of the cruel and pointless animal experiments funded by some medical research charities, and making it easy for people to challenge them, we aim to persuade these organisations to change their policies and focus solely on productive and ethical non-animal research.

    No matter who funds them, experiments on animals are unethical and unscientific. Animals are not laboratory tools, but sentient creatures who can and do suffer during the course of experiments. Vivisection is also bad science, since the fundamental differences between humans and animals mean that the results cannot be reliably applied to people.

    You can take action (sending emails, sharing the site etc.) on the homepage:
    http://www.victimsofcharity.org

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  • Profile photo of meatmeanzmurder

    Over a year ago

    This is a great campaign by Animal Aid. I’ve ordered a pack or resources from them.

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  • Profile photo of Sabrina08

    Over a year ago

    Thank you for sharing @LittleLotte. I tweeted and shared on Facebook.

    It’s horrible that cruel and unnecessary animal testing and experiments continue, especially with our development in technology for far more accurate testing methods. The most truthful realization about animal testing still comes from Peter Singer’s “Animal Liberation.” In section discussing Animal Testing where he explains the paradox that we should not test on animals because we know/feel they are so different to us, and/or we should not test on animals because we know/feel they are so similar to us clearly illustrates that we do not need to test on animals for any reason.

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  • Profile photo of peta2

    Over a year ago

    Hey @LittleLotte,

    That’s such a great point! Thanks for sharing!

    ~Liz from peta2

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