Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Mercedes K. - 24 Apr 2006
My school is having a Relay for Life walk on May 5th. I was wondering, does the American Cancer Society really test on animals? I heard they do, and want to drop out as soon as possible.
I'm on Student Council and it's my job to be there, and I don't want to drop out at the last minute, or drop out for no reason. Thank you!
Reply from Frank and Mary
Anytime you have these questions about a charity, go to www.humaneseal.org and click on the list of approved charities.
The American Cancer Society is NOT listed, which means that they support research on animals.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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