Animal Testing Is Inhumane

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A wise man once said, “He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.”( Animal testing is just a way to treat animals poorly. Scientists are able to be satisfied with themselves as they rub products into an animal's eyes without hesitation. They make themselves feel better about it by thinking, “It's for science.” And that's what they let out to the world but little do people know there is other ways to find out the same exact information. Those ways do not include animals suffering. In total, Scientists should not animal test because it is inhumane and unethical, there is alternative ways to figure out the information, and it is more expensive.…show more content…
According to, “Over 100 million animals are burned, crippled, poisoned, and abused in US labs every year.” Also, it is said that all 50 states have animal cruelty laws and it is also counted as a “felony provision” but, how is burning, crippling, poisoning, and abusing can be counted for as animal cruelty ( Animals sit there feeling petrified while scientist pinch and poke them, they wait until a burning sensation begins to go throughout their eyes and the pain slowly increases. Also, during these experiments the scientists often use restraining equipment in order to prevent the animal to stop moving. Some experiments just call for part of the body to be immobilized while others call for the entire body( Animals cannot talk so they cannot agree to being tested on, nor can they say “stop” or “no.” These animals have to sit in silence and put up with the pain.
There are always an alternative ways to figure out the information that comes from animal testing. It is proven that approximately 90 percent of experimental drugs that are tested safe and effective for animals fail in human trials because they are fatal or they do not work( There are nearly 50 different ways to test that does not include animals. Some of the ways are using blood from volunteers, the 3T3 Neutral Red Uptake Phototoxicity Test, EpiSkin, and EpiDerm ( Each of these can save
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