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The Rabbit

Wishful Thinking


For most of us, our first thought of a rabbit is of the one we see in our yard or along the side of the road...


...or perhaps we think of a companion rabbit...


...or perhaps we envision a rabbit in a sanctuary enjoying a bagel with a friend; but this is not the life that millions of rabbits are forced to endure.

Reality

(Rabbit - Medical Research - 14)  This rabbit is being used to produce polyclonal antibodies.  First they are injected with antigens which cause the rabbits to produce the antibodies that the vivisectors are interested in. These antibodies are then removed from the rabbits blood. In this photo you can clearly see where they are regularly draining the rabbit's blood through the clip in his or her ear.  We have learned about other experiments in which vivisectors drain the blood directly from the rabbit's heart using a needle and syringe with no anesthesia.

Photo From: Betrayed

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The calf photo in the masthead these pages is from Farm Sanctuary with our thanks.

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This all creatures animal exploitation photo gallery is being presented to show the public the difference between the cute little animals we see in advertising and picture in our minds and the reality that exists in entertainment (circus, circuses, hunting, fishing, movie, movies, sport, sports, television, tv. TV), on farms (battery, beef, calf, calves, chicken, chickens, cow, cows, duck, ducks, dairy, egg, fish, eggs, geese, goose, lamb, lambs, pig, pigs, pork, sheep), and in a laboratory or laboratories, for medical research (cat, cats, dog, dogs, mice, monkey, monkeys, mouse, rabbit, rabbits, rat, rats, veal), photos, pictures (d-20)


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