In 2nd and 4th century BCE animal testing began, they used live animals to test experiments on. Now, even to this day, we use animals to test cosmetics, medicines, drugs, and medical research. Many people have realized how cruel these acts are to the animals and have tried to stop them but to no avail. Humans who use these helpless creatures have yet to realize how wrong it is and that they have feelings and are hurting from all our injections and concoctions used on them for our own greed.
Animals have feelings, they have a nervous system and a brain, they know what is going on around them and can feel us poking and prodding them. We may give them medication to put them to sleep or so they cannot feel much pain but they still wake up distorted and abused. The living spaces they’re given are just big enough to where they can fit, they are often never cleaned, and can cause diseases among the animals. Some individuals say that testing is wrong and that we should save the animals, only, in their mind, they would only save the dogs and common household pets. Not many people treat all animals equal so that they would all get the same amount of care in their life. “Mice and rats are forced to inhale toxic fumes, dogs are force-fed pesticides, and rabbits have corrosive chemicals rubbed onto their skin and eyes,” PETA writes on their blog on animal testing. They have looked into testing and are trying to spread the word that it is a careless, unnecessary act and needs to be immediately terminated.
Why are we testing human products on animals anyways? We are not animals, for that would be an insult to animals everywhere, so our products will not have the same affect on them as it does on us. Their fur, when sprayed with perfumes, will smell different than when we spray it on our necks and wrists. Testing medication that will be later used on a child’s cold on some species of pig makes no sense. We all have different systems inside of us, making a...
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