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World Week for Animals in Laboratories

April 23rd, 2013 by Christy Griffin

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 This week in honor of World Week for Animals in Laboratories (WWAIL), activists everywhere will speak out against the abhorrent use of animals in testing and research. Please help spread the message that vivisection is not the answer to our health needs; rather, it is often dangerous for human health, horrifically cruel, and a waste of taxpayers’ dollars.

Speak up for animals in labs by joining IDA at one of our WWAIL demos! Click here to find a demo in your area. To add an event or to organize your own demo, please email wwail@idausa.org. For more information about vivisection, visit the Responsible Research section of our website. Thank you for being a voice for animals!’

 

 

178 Responses to “World Week for Animals in Laboratories”

  1. April 25, 2013 at 4:01 pm, Claudia Marrapodi said:

    It is of great importance to value all animals in exactly the same way – and not supporting things like the Great Ape Protection Act, which is just protecting chimps and the small monkeys continue to be abused in the most horrific way! I count on your loyality towards the whole animal kingdom – because with speciesistic preferences the animals continue to suffer, specially dogs, who save human lives and guide the blind – a dog has nothing to do in a laboratory and you should finally start to ask airlines to stop the shipping to laboratories also for dogs, cats and other animals, not only monkeys – this is not enough – all animals are concerned – please no speciesistic new milennium – i talk to all the animal rights organizations about this point! Thanks for consideration!

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  2. April 24, 2013 at 3:00 am, Pat Bacon said:

    Leave these poor animals alone!!! Put the monkeys and other wild animals into sanctuaries. they do not deserve to be tortured and Americans are sick of it. We don’t want to have these animals suffer. Practice on yourselves . You are cruel and I do not understand how you can do this in all good conscience..

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  3. April 23, 2013 at 5:24 pm, LORI said:

    STOPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP

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