We encourage the UW to be a leader in phasing out animal experimentation!
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The University of Washington

We encourage the UW to be a leader in phasing out animal experimentation!

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      Art for Animals' Sake

We are calling on the Board of Regents to stop the biomedical animal testing research facility, which will allow the University of Washington to double the number of primates, rabbits, and pigs who are tormented and used for experiments that produce inaccurate results.


With a history of animal abuse and neglect, the University of Washington should be dedicated to pushing alternatives in research technology rather than expanding its reliance on outdated and unethical animal research methods. We cannot condone these acts of violence and continued mistreatment of animals.

 Join Art for Animals' Sake in this call to action.
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    • George Edwards PEMBROKE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 5 days ago

      Stop this outdated reliance on barbaric animal experiments now!

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    • vicki hood ROSEBURG, OR
      • 4 months ago

      Despise hurt and torture of the innocent. It is all for nothing but paychecks for crazy scientists.

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    • liz wallace SEATTLE, WA
      • 6 months ago

      Stop abusing those that cannot protect themselves from you. Go pick on someone your own size.

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    • Mary Denise Duffy BENSALEM, PA
      • 6 months ago

      Love Animals--they are better than most people. Pls don't hurt them.

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    • Sandra Gardner SEATTLE, OR
      • 6 months ago

      So much to explain I can't even say it all.

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