CLOSE DOWN HARLAN INTERFAUNA -WYTON CAMBRIDGESHIRE OFFICIAL U.K. PETITION
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CLOSE DOWN HARLAN INTERFAUNA -WYTON CAMBRIDGESHIRE OFFICIAL U.K. PETITION

    1. liza Isa-Vegan
    2. Petition by

      liza Isa-Vegan

      colchester, United Kingdom

Harlan Interfuana breeds Beagle dogs to be use in experiments, here in the U.K.

There are two sites one in Wyton, and one in Belton, both have been exposed for abusing these dogs...

This petition is to demand the closure of both sites, and in the mean time checked to see how they are treating these poor beagle dogs.

The Sunday Times in 2011 reported that staff were abusive, and draw on the dogs with marker pens, and kicked and punched them as exposed by a former employee that worked there. He also disclosed that the dogs, were kept in squalid conditions, never seeing day light, and that some had fought each other to the death, and had self harmed..

Out of the 3.7 million experiements carried out on animals in 2010, 11% of them were not done for human health advancement and administered without the use of anaesthetics...these were mainly for household products, and therefore testing the toxicity of powerful chemicals...

PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION...

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    • fernando morrison NEZAHUALCOYOTL, MEXICO
      • 5 months ago

      Detengan el maltrato como este, demostremos el nivel de inteligencia de los humanos protegiendo, no destruyendo.

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    • alice parisot LAVEY-VILLAGE, SWITZERLAND
      • 5 months ago

      A hurler d'impuissance!!!!!!!

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      • 6 months ago

      Love animals!

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      • 6 months ago

      For the ethical treatment of animals

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