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5 months, 3 weeks ago by YouMatter@maddy_q Thanks for the suggestion! I will definitely check that out.
5 months, 3 weeks ago by maddy_qIf y'all want to you could watch "Save Ralph" TW/CW (about the film): Animal testing (and slight gore?). Its a short 4 minute film about a rabbit who goes through animal testing. Its really disturbing knowing that many companies still test on animals.
8 months, 3 weeks ago by Elise64@alison_f I am not completely sure if we would be able to have drugs or makeup or other things without animal testing, but there are a lot of things that have been taken down even after they have done animal testing. I feel like they think that it’s fine to test on animals because the animals don’t have a voice so they can’t tell them that they’re feeling pain 😢
8 months, 3 weeks ago by alison_fi asked my dad who's a chemist about what he thinks about animal testing, and he said that if there wasn't animal testing, there wouldn't be any drugs for anything. I'm not completely sure that I agree, but I love your patterns! ❤️
9 months ago by Wise_GirlThat is so terrible and sad, I have a pet rabbit and it makes me so sad that there are people who do horrible things like that to animals 😭
9 months ago by Elise64That’s awful, I hate animal testing 😢
9 months ago by YouMatter@B_ridgette
Every year, millions of animals are poisoned and killed in barbaric and outdated tests that attempt to evaluate the hazards of consumer products and their ingredients. In an effort to measure toxic effects, rats, mice, guinea pigs, (for makeup products, they often use rabbits), and other animals are forced to swallow or inhale massive quantities of a test substance or have a chemical smeared in their eyes or on their skin. It is now evident that tests on animals often do not predict outcomes in humans, and many non-animal test methods are available and continue to be developed. This means that they are doing this for no reason.
To determine the danger of a single short-term exposure to a product or chemical, the substance is administered to animals (usually rodents) in extremely high doses via force-feeding, forced inhalation, and/or eye or skin contact. And most of this happens without pain medications.
9 months ago by B_ridgettecould you explain what this pattern means and what is the cruelty done to bunnies?