Animal Testing: The Mistreatment Of Animals

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More than eight hundred and twenty thousand animals were tested in 2016, according to a news article entitled animal experimentation, and many products, like popular makeup brands, use animals in an inhumane and unacceptable. As demand for products and medical cures increase, animal cruelty and testing has skyrocketed as well. Most people think that household items come from a factory where everything is created without animal participation. Unfortunately, many animals are used in many household items are from animal involvement, including everyday things such as soap. Rather often than not, people use many things tested by animals on a daily basis that you may not know about. Although some may argue that animal testing is beneficial, it should…show more content…
Many animals are misused in testing rooms. One of the ways animals are mistreated is in tiny like prison cells in a laboratory for an average span of seven to eighteen days with minimal care. Animals in the laboratory are also subject to force-feeding, which is giving an animal a certain food that they may or may not want to ingest. This is done legally, which is an unacceptable act. Another item of importance is that ninety-five percent of animals are not protected under a protection law of animal captivity. Unfortunately, there are few people can do about it. Furthermore, there is the toxic substance control act; to reduce and replace medications. Yet, many companies are not listing and using illegal drugs on animals. Another reason why they misuse animals is that there are used in the classrooms around the nation for dissection. Around six million animals each year are used for dissection. Frogs are the most common to be dissected but other popular animals are pigs and cats; many animals rights groups and common people disagree with these practices. PETA, an organization trying to end animal testing points out, “Classroom dissection desensitizes students to the sanctity of life” (Berlatsky). In other words, PETA believes students dissecting animals can make them think it is normal to cut open a live or dead creatures body and look inside…show more content…
The use of the animals in the past, present, and future are getting worse as the time goes on. Places such as a laboratory or factory, who make the medications for humans, do not work as expected, and most labs do not even know about because of the things they do. By making all products non-animal tested it would save money, it would save many animals lives, and it would make customers rather that it was not tested. An alternative to animal testing is to use electronic devices because they are so advanced now they could simulate the same thing. All in all animal testing should not be

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