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i say NO aginst animal cruelty
- animals r equal
- Me, Myself, and I
- If you wish to report an act of cruelty or neglect or if you are concerned for the welfare of an animal, please contact your local state or territory RSPCA.
Before you contact the RSPCA, try to gather as much information as possible, including:
a description of the animal or animals involved;
the precise location of the animal or animals;
the name and address of the person you believe may be responsible for the cruelty or neglect;
the name and addresses of any other witnesses that may be able to help.
The RSPCA has a dedicated and trained force of Inspectors. Whilst it will endeavour to respond to all complaints as quickly as possible please remember that the RSPCA is a non-government, community-based charity and is limited in its resources.
RSPCA Inspectors have the power to enforce the prevention of cruelty to animal legislation in the state or territory in which they are based. This legislation varies across Australia.
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if anyof yous want to protest for animal rights just leave a message on my bebo and come and join me and my friends
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Ask the experimenters why they experiment on animals, and the answer is: 'Because the animals are like us.' Ask the experimenters why it is morally OK to experiment on animals, and the answer is: 'Because the animals are not like us.' Animal experimentation rests on a logical contradiction."
-Professor Charles R. Magel
As many as 115 million animals are experimented on and killed in laboratories in the U.S. every year. Much of the experimentation-including pumping chemicals into rats' stomachs, hacking muscle tissue from dogs' thighs, and putting baby monkeys in isolation chambers far from their mothers-is paid for by you, the American taxpayer and consumer, yet you can't visit a laboratory and see how the government has spent your money. You can't even get an accurate count on the number of animals killed every year because experimenters and the government have decided that mice and rats and certain other animals don't even have to be counted.
Animal experimentation is a multibillion-dollar industry fueled by massive public funding and involving a complex web of corporate, government, and university laboratories, cage and food manufacturers, and animal breeders, dealers, and transporters. The industry and its people profit because animals, who cannot defend themselves against abuse, are legally imprisoned and exploited.
Fortunately for animals in laboratories, there are people who care. Some of them work in labs, and when they witness abuse, they call PETA. Thanks to these courageous whistleblowers, PETA's undercover investigators and caseworkers, who sift through reams of scientific and government documents, have exposed what goes on behind laboratory doors.
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LIKE U GUYS AR ALL PART OF MY ANIMAL ACTIVIST GROUP-IF U HAV ANY I DEA WAT WE SHOULD B CALLED JUST LEAVE A COMMENT
LIKE UR THE WARRIORS FOR THOSE WHO CNT SPEAK
IM GLAD U JOINED MY BAND
IT SHOWS THAT SOME PPL IN THIS WORLD STILL HAVE A HART
[the day i left the womb, i'll choke on my last words]
EMONO EMO ME-----><helen
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