Fired up about NIH beagle experiments. Now what?
Animals in Labs Article from All-Creatures.org

FROM CAARE Citizens for Alternatives to Animal Research
November 2021

Everything that is upsetting about these awful experiments on beagles is rampant. If we want to end these despicable practices, we have to attack the issue at its core. The problem of NIH beagle experiments is endemic and systemic. It is not the result of any one person or agency.

The Humane Research Act & Testing Act (HRTA) is a ground-breaking bill developed by CAARE to enable the shift toward superior, animal-free research.lease support the Humane Research and Testing Act

vivisected Mouse
Injecting Mouse's bladder

In the past few weeks, we’ve seen ghastly beagle experiments making headlines in the news. People are angry and they should be. But we need to do more than get angry. We need to take sweeping and meaningful action to end the business of animal experimentation, which is as cruel and ugly as the images we’ve seen displayed.

restrained Monkey

The truth is, everything that’s upsetting about these awful experiments on beagles is rampant. If we want to end these despicable practices, we have to attack the issue at its core. The problem of NIH beagle experiments is endemic and systemic. It is not the result of any one person or agency.

Using taxpayer dollars, millions of loving, trusting animals are inflicted with diseases, cut open, or subjected to painful procedures of all kinds, typically with no or inadequate pain medication, then dissected and thrown in the trash.

We have the power to change this ugly reality by passing a law to change the status quo. The Humane Research Act & Testing Act (HRTA) is a ground-breaking bill developed by CAARE to enable the shift toward superior, animal-free research. Please click here to send a polite letter to your representative in Congress to support that HRTA.

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