The Effects Of Animal Testing On Animals

1142 WordsApr 29, 20175 Pages
Mr. Clean, Ivory, OFF, Herbal Essences, BIC, really? These are some of the products used to test on animals, but for what reason. By using these products, you are a suspect to animal testing/ cruelty. Animals should have as much rights as humans, because no animal should have to go through so much pain for what reason, does society really need new cleaning products and chemically made soap? But what society needs to know behind closed doors is that there are about 115 million animals that suffer and are killed each year. Also, animals endure chemicals being dripped into their eyes, injected into their bodies, forced up their nostrils or forced down their throats. (With no pain killers during the process). They are addicted to drugs, forced…show more content…
While we are using these products and they are being tested on animals, people need to know that animals have a complete different DNA than humans, so not all that happens to the animals will happened to us. According to the Cruelty Free International Program that’s against animal testing states, the harmful use of animals in experiments is not only cruel but also often ineffective. Animals do not get many of the human diseases that people do, such as major types of heart disease, many types of cancer, HIV, Parkinson’s disease, or schizophrenia. Instead, signs of these diseases are artificially induced in animals in laboratories in an attempt to mimic the human disease. So why test things on animals that doesn’t have the same DNA as humans. What society should do is get something like human skin or used preserved human bodies to test it on, so that no one can suffer from being tested on, or going through whatever symptoms the product might have had. In addition to being humane, the alternatives to animal tests are efficient and reliable. Successful alternatives include the use of human volunteers, cell and tissue cultures, synthetic membranes, statistics, scanning technologies, and computer models. Computer simulations and multimedia CD-ROMs are more economical and effective than using live animal

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