Down With Animal Testing There are certain things about animal testing that the community doesn’t know. Some people know what happens to those animals and they don’t want to face what happens. The inhumane treatment of animals used for research is well documented. There are many pros and cons considering the use of the animals in medical research. Animals shouldn’t be used for testing because it’s inhumane and it will make the population go down.
Makeup companies should not be granted permission to test on animals. Cosmetic companies continue to test makeup on many different animals all over the world. Although cosmetic testing is banned in a few countries, most major countries continue to test products on animals. There are much more beneficial ways to ensure that makeup products are safe to use. Makeup companies waste time and money into animal testing.
It is true that animal testing is painful, but they are not hideous monsters. Most scientist do not like to do animal testing, they are attached to them. Many people oppose because animal testing is bad. They are tortured during animal testing. Animals might receive the necessities.
Once said by Ricky Gervais, “Warning: Wearing make-up that was tested by torturing a beautiful, innocent creature makes the world an uglier place.” Cosmetic animal testing has been around for close to 80 years due to safety regulations that were implied by government. If these were really safety regulations, wouldn’t someone think that it is not safe to test on animals? Animals are animals whereas humans are humans. Using rats, dogs, or rabbits as testing subjects for mascara, perfume, shampoo, etc. is not humane at all.
In an effort to stop cosmetic testing, a new bill has been introduced. The Humane Cosmetics Act, this bill is to ensure animals are and will not be harmed in the process of creating or manufacturing
Humans cannot explain making life better for themselves by randomly torturing and murdering millions of animals per day to undergo useless laboratory experiments to test products. Animals must be treated according to animal rights this does not include dumping them into cages like trash and torturing them. After all, aren’t we part of the animal kingdom too? The alternative mentioned above should be used to as it is a more efficient method of testing products since the human physiology is not the same as the animal physiology and it also helps to preserve many animal’s lives. After all of this is said and done can you still support animal testing?
As of May 2016, the reported average median predicted wages to the high $80,000 to the mid $$50,000 annual bracket income. It was also reported that in the end of the annual bracket averaged a little over $100,000. One of the benefits of being a veterinarian is that you have the pleasure of working with a variety of animals on a daily basis. This could be something that can be beneficial for someone who has a sincere passion and love for a true
Animal testing causes unneeded death to millions of animals that aren 't even protected under the Animal Welfare Act, and most experiments done on animals are flawed, wasting the lives of the animal subjects. But, there are also benefits to animal testing. For example, we wouldn 't have the polio vaccine or medical steps toward curing cancer. Even though that these benefits do exist it does not give these laboratories the right to abuse and force the animals into these tests, therefore, they should not be
In the end, the minimal protections offered by the AWA and PHS policy provide no real safety or relief to the millions of animals in labs and offer only a false sense of security to the caring public. All it takes is for people to know the facts about animal testing and what truly goes on behind closed doors. If more people understood how it affects the lives of animals, maybe, just maybe their could be a change in the way people think about animal
95% of our genes are the same as mice , this makes mice a highly reliable subject for animal testing. We share many diseases with animals such as, cancer asthma and the flu. Without animal testing we would not have tetanus vaccinations, antibiotics and anaesthetics. If we didn’t have these vaccinations we wouldn’t be able to go on holidays, we would be sick a lot and we wouldn’t be able to have fun.
Kelly Walton has her doctorate in veterinarian medicine and completed her studying of comparative medicine at Colorado State University. In her article, “Why I am a Laboratory Veterinarian”, Kelly expresses how her love of animals is the passion which drives her to work to improve the well-being of animals through her career. She speaks on the issue solely from her experience with no significant bias toward either side. The purpose of her argument is to dispel the doubts so many people have about laboratory veterinarians. It hopes to establish laboratory veterinarians as truly passionate about the proper care of their patients and how important they are in the field of animal research.