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should animals be tested on?? yes they should. especially dogs
we were somewhere near barstow, on the edge of the desert, when the drugs began to take hold...
AsenaGOLD Member What a Bummer
3,224 posts Location: Shatfield, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Do I dig this subject up again? open old wounds?
Its something that bugs me entirely, as I work for a big Pharmaceutical Company now (won't say which one, dont know who's reading ) And a couple of weeks ago, we had a whole bunch of Protestors outside my place of work, screaming about animal testing. Now, voicing your opinions is one thing, but banging on my colleauges car windows, intimidation and acutally pushing someone off their bike to the ground is not Pro-active!!
Plus, these protestors always seem to be so well informed, yet, they come to a site where the only testing done is on Humans... GAR!