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Cruelty of Animal Testing- Rabbits immobilized in wooden stocks with ulcers in their eyes baby seals being clubbed over the head and the infamous shock treatment Broach the subject with an individual and odds are that they have witnessed footage of one or all of the aforementioned practices and are appalled by the cruelty Appalled yes willing to stand up and voice their thoughts not often There is one significant reason for this unwillingness by some to stand up for the rights of our fellow inhabitants of this planet personal convenience We are systematically cutting down the last forest that provides their shelter to farm cattle we dump toxic chemicals and sewage into the waters in which they live we wear the tusks of the last few of their species on our arms and we pour cosmetic products into their eyes rectums or vaginas to determine the harmful effects they might cause on humans even though the physiological differentiation between humans and the animals they use is durastic On a daily basis most people do not see their own degree of unintentional support towards this global dilemma but when compiled on paper one must question how mankind can with conscience commit these acts which shame us as human beings Animals possess the same kinds of feelings and emotions as human beings and without anesthesia they are subjected to the pain as well Mankind often fails to give animals the respect and rights they deserve they are treated as lifeless unfeeling scientific specimens and items that we may manipulate at our own convenience and for vanitys sake Laboratory research involving animals is cruel and merciless treatment of helpless creatures No law requires that cosmetics and household products be tested on animals Nevertheless
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