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Old 09-19-2008, 11:02 AM
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Hi everyone. I'd like to highlight a topic that is very close to my heart. Animal Testing. I've done extensive research on it and I have come to the conclusion that this is a form of cruelty in which we all participate. Its not intentional but we all finance animal testing and we all encourage it by using the products that these animals paid for with their lives. Please read the article below. I wrote it a few years ago for a journalism class.


ANIMAL SUFFERING FOR HUMAN BENEFIT


Thirty-three. The number of animals that die each second in laboratories worldwide. For these poor critters, death is sweet relief, a blissful and welcomed ending to a life filled with anguish, fear, and pain. After all, what is death when one has already endured all the unspeakable horrors of living as a laboratory test subject?

Animals have little rights, nor do they have the ability to defend themselves from the inhumane, cruel, and downright repugnant laboratory tests which they are forced to endure. Considered by humans as a ‘lesser’ species, scientific experiments are conducted on animals to provide insight into health and diseases and to test the effects of products such as cosmetics, cleaning solvents, drugs, and even firearms.

The question is who decided that animal lives are expendable, and what gives humans the right to inflict pain on God’s creatures? Melissa, a volunteer at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) says that violators of animal rights are just plain arrogant and ignorant. “Many people think that just because animals can’t talk, they can’t feel pain, anxiety, sadness… They are sentient beings just like you and me. Did you know that a pig has a brain capacity of a four year old human child? Can you imagine eating your four year old brother? We do not have the right to abuse them or use them for any or our own selfish purposes.”

Unfortunately, the abuse continues and shows almost no sign of stopping although numerous non-animal based techniques have been developed. Animal testing is officially called ‘vivisection’ and this word literally means ‘cutting alive’. The word vivisection finds its roots in the early days of medicine when scientific experiments included the dissection of living, breathing animals without painkillers or anesthetics of any kind in order to ensure the accuracy of the tests. Not much has changed since then.

Today, animals used in product testing have nail polish, toilet bowl cleaner and all kinds of other chemicals shoved down their throats, rubbed in their eyes, and onto their bare, shaved skin. They are shot, gassed, blown up, turned into drug addicts, burned, infected with HIV, cancer, and other diseases, and mutilated, all in the name of science.

The two most infamous tests are the Lethal Dose (LD) -50 test, wherein a large group of animals are given more and more of a product until fifty percent of them are dead and the Draize Eye and Skin Irritancy test where products are poured directly into animals’ eyes and onto their abraded skin to determine toxicity levels.

In an article entitled ‘Spare a Thought Tomorrow on our Cruelty to Animals’, S.M. Mohd. Idris, president of Sahabat Alam Malaysia wrote: “Animals have little rights. It is the cowardice and tyranny of which they are victims which make their suffering so especially touching. There is something so very dreadful, so satanic in tormenting those who have never harmed us, and who cannot defend themselves, who are utterly in our power.”

There are a countless number of reasons why animal testing is so unethical. Aside from the obvious, animals and humans are so different that animal test results are often irrelevant. So can the use of animals in scientific experiments ever be justified? “No,” says Melissa of the SPCA, “and it never will be. In most cases the reaction from animals and humans are totally different.”

At least fifty drugs on the market cause cancer in laboratory animals. This is allowed because it is admitted that animal tests are not relevant. When asked if they agreed that animal experimentation can be misleading because of anatomical and physiological differences between humans and animals, eighty-eight percent of doctors agreed.

Many drugs that pass animal tests but are actually harmful to humans are on the market. Studies show that eighty-eight percent of stillbirths and sixty-one percent of birth defects are caused by drugs passed as being safe in animal tests.

Many life-saving drugs would have been banned if animal tests were heeded. Some drugs that fail animal tests but save human lives are aspirin, digitalis (a heart drug), cancer treatments, insulin, and penicillin. Who knows how many other revolutionary, life-saving drugs have been shelved because of misleading animal tests?

During George Bush’s recent visit to Thailand, ten mice were selected to test samples of food which the American president would eat. The mice will be given samples of the food and then observed to see if they die or suffer any adverse effects. Ten little mice held the life of the world’s most powerful man in their furry, little, paws.

What’s rather ironic is that the officials who arranged those animal tests failed to realize that animal tests are often unreliable and inaccurate due to psychological, physiological, metabolic, and anatomic differences between humans and non-human animals. According to animal tests, lemon juice is a deadly poison, but arsenic, hemlock and botulin are perfectly safe. If an attempt on Bush’s life involved arsenic poisoning, Thai officials would be hard-pressed to explain why their mice failed to save the President’s life.

More than 450 non-animal based techniques have already been developed to replace animal testing. Among them are in-vitro (test tube) research, autopsies and cadaver research, genetic research, and most commonly, human tissue, cell, and organ cultures in containers with the drug to be tested in order to observe how it will act within the human body.

Studies show that alternatives to animal testing are not inferior methods. In fact, they are more cost-efficient and reliable than animal tests. So why do scientists continue to conduct animal research if it is misleading and unreliable?

One word. Money. They say money makes the world go round. In this case, money brings nothing but more and more mindless suffering. The disturbing truth of the matter is that the animal research infrastructure currently in place is very powerful and it is difficult to change research practices so entrenched in animal research for so long.

Several industries such as pharmaceutical companies, research universities, hospitals, animal breeders, and equipment manufacturers profit from animal testing. Animal testing is a multi billion dollar industry. Advocates of it are not going to give up a billion dollar money-making machine to save animal lives. Greed clouds judgment and animals continue to die.

In Malaysia the general population remains unaware and unconcerned about animal rights. “The level of awareness is very low. The animal rights movement here in Malaysia is virtually non-existent. Yes, there are concerned animal lovers that are mainly interested in only companion animals which are dogs and cats and even then, Malaysians do not know how to treat their companion animals judging by the cruelty cases that we get. We are not into living a compassionate life. We still support companies that test on animals and buy illegal animal products such as ivory,” says Melissa.

Unfortunately, the apathy towards animal rights comes from much deeper than the general population. Education on the proper treatment of animals is very limited. The ‘ignorance is bliss’ mentality is evident even in so-called animal rights organizations in Malaysia. When asked if anything was being done about animal testing in Malaysia, a representative of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Malaysia declared, “We don’t really deal with animal testing”.

Further investigation revealed that the Malaysian National Animal Welfare Foundation (MNAWF) deals only with teaching people how to take care of their dogs and cats. It’s a start but it’s going to take much more than that to save animal lives in Malaysia and in the world.

It doesn’t take much for people do their part. First, buy cruelty-free products and boycott companies that still conduct tests on animals. In order to be more involved, contact organizations that fight for animal rights. According to Melissa a lot can be done to encourage Malaysians to care about animal rights. “Education and awareness. We as Malaysians should learn to be less selfish and self-centered and start caring.”


References
Secondary Sources
‘Frequently asked questions about In Defense of Animals, this website, and animal rights issues’, at http://www.idausa.org/siteinfo/faq.html#v, accessed 20 October 2003.

http://vivisection-absurd.org.uk/indexf.html, accessed 20 October 2003.

http://www.animal-lib.org.au/lists/viv/viv.shtml, accessed 20 October 2003.

Idris, Mohd. S.M., ‘Spare a thought tomorrow on our cruelty to animals’, 3 October 2003, at http://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/200310030035396.php, accessed 20 October 2003.

‘Moral Aspect of Vivisection’, at http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15494a.htm, accessed 20 October 2003.

17 October 2002, at
http://www.ummc.edu.my/fom/research/...xperiments.htm, accessed 20 October 2003.

Primary Sources

Melissa – from the SPCA (email and telephone interview)
Jay Han – from the WWF Malaysia (telephone interview)
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Old 09-19-2008, 11:12 AM
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In Malaysia the following cruelty-free brands are easy to find:

Aramis, Aveda, Avon, Bobbi Brown, The Body Shop, Chanel, Clarins, Clinique,
Crabtree & Evelyn, Dermalogica, Donna Karan Beauty Company (DKNY), Estee
Lauder, Eucerin, Hello Kitty, Paul Mitchell, La Mer, La Prairie, M.A.C.
Cosmetics, Murad, The Natural Source, Neutrogena, Nivea, Nu Skin, O.P.I.,
Origins, John Paul Mitchell Systems, Revlon, Staedtler, Stila Cosmetics, Ted
Baker Fragrance, Tommy Hilfiger, Urban Decay, The Wella
Corporation (Sebastian), Alberto Culver VO5, St. Ives, Simple, Stuf., Himalaya, Fruit of the Earth, Joico, and many many others..

Attached is a list of companies that DO test on animals. This is from the PETA website.
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Old 09-19-2008, 11:16 AM
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Darn i can't attach the list of companies that DON'T test on animals. The file is too big. If any of you are interested in seeing it, i will email it to you.
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Old 09-19-2008, 11:19 AM
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Here's a list of pet food companies that DO NOT perform inhumane tests. This list is from the PETA website.

Companion-Animal Food Manufacturers

What’s wrong with pet food?
Most caring consumers would never guess that lonely dogs and cats are confined to tiny, barren laboratory cages for years on end and subjected to horrible experiments in order to test dog and cat food.

To expose this tragedy, PETA conducted a nine-month undercover investigation of a laboratory that performed cruel animal tests for Iams and other major companion-animal food companies. What our investigator uncovered would outrage anyone with a heart:

• Lonely dogs driven mad from confinement to barren steel and cement cells
• Dogs dumped on cold concrete flooring after having chunks of muscle cut out of their thighs
• Experimenters who severed dogs’ vocal cords in order to keep them quiet
• Sick dogs who were languishing in their cages without veterinary care

These animals suffered so that Iams and other companion-animal food companies could slap “new and improved” labels on their products. The following companies make top-quality food for dogs and cats—without harming animals in laboratories. Please help us drive animal abusers out of business by buying only from these companies. Companies not on this list either responded that they do conduct laboratory experiments on animals or they failed to respond to our numerous inquiries and are assumed to conduct laboratory experiments on animals.

For more information about how dog and cat food is contaminated with cruelty and to find the most up-to-date list of companies that don’t test on animals, check out www.IamsCruelty.com.

Active Life Pet Products, 877-291-2913; www.activelifepp.com
Amoré Pet Services, Inc., 866-572-6673; www.amorepetfoods.com
Animal Food Services, 800-743-0322; www.animalfood.com
Artemis Pet Food, 800-282-5876; www.artemiscompany.com
Azmira Holistic Animal Care, 800-497-5665; www.azmira.com
Burns Pet Nutrition, 877-983-9651; www.burns-pet-nutrition.co.uk
Canusa International, 519-624-5697; www.canusaint.com
CountryPet Pet Food, 800-454-7387; www.countrypet.com
Dr. Harvey’s, 866-362-4123; www.drharveys.com
Dry Fork Milling Co., 800-346-1360
Dynamite Marketing, Inc., 208-887-9410; www.dynamitemarketing.com
Evanger’s Dog and Cat Food Co., Inc., 800-288-6796; www.evangersdogfood.com
Evolution Diet, Inc. (entirely vegan), 800-659-0104; www.petfoodshop.com
Flint River Ranch, 800-704-8779; www.flintriver-home.com
Good Dog Foods, Inc., 732-842-4555; www.gooddogfoods.com
GreenTripe.com, 831-726-3255; www.greentripe.com
Halo, Purely for Pets, 800-426-4256; www.halopets.com
Happy Dog Food, 800-359-9576; www.happydogfood.com
Harbingers of a New Age (entirely vegan), 406-295-4944; www.vegepet.com
Holistic Blend, 800-954-1117; www.holisticblend.com
The Honest Kitchen, 858-483-5995; www.thehonestkitchen.com
Know Better Dog Food, 866-922-6463; www.knowbetterdogfood.com
KosherPets, Inc., 954-938-6270; www.kosherpets.com
Kumpi Pet Foods, 303-699-8562; www.kumpi.com
Natural Balance Pet Foods, Inc. (vegan options), 800-829-4493; www.naturalbalanceinc.com
Natural Life Pet Products, Inc. (vegan options), 800-367-2391; www.nlpp.com
Nature’s Variety, 888-519-7387; www.naturesvariety.com
Newman’s Own Organics, www.newmansownorganics.com
PetGuard (vegan options), 800-874-3221; 904-264-8500; www.petguard.com
Pied Piper Pet & Wildlife, 800-338-4610; www.piedpiperpet.com
PoshNosh Inc., 613-302-3156; www.poshnosh.ca
Raw Advantage, Inc., 360-387-5158; www.rawadvantagepetfood.com
Rocky Mountain Natural Products, 877-768-6788 (Eastern U.S.); 800-665-5521 (Western U.S.); www.rmtnp.com
Sauder Feeds, Inc., 260-627-2196; www.sauderfeeds.com
Timberwolf Organics, Inc., 863-439-0049; www.timberwolforganics.com
V-dogfood, LLC (entirely vegan), 888-280-8364; www.v-dogfood.com
Veterinary Nutritional Formula, 800-811-0530; www.vnfpetfood.com
Wow-Bow Distributors Ltd. (vegan options), 516-254-6064; www.wow-bow.com
Wysong Professional Diets (vegan options), 800-748-0188; www.wysong.net
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OEI LYNIELIME! omg u ar.. post that list of the DOs companies. I am shocked to find SOOO MANY of my products are there.. I never realized the extent of these animal testings. It bring shivers down my spine.. So I will be the first volunteer here to stop buying my Pantene, Johnson n Johnson's lotion, Close Up toothpaste, Listerine, my Olay lotion, L'Oreal skincare (DAMN!!!), Oral-B toothbrush (Oh man! serriioussslyy?), Gillette stuffs (double double crap!). These are all good products Lynie!! Hahaha, i am gonna be ugly but happier.. dang! Thanks Lynie (sarcastically) u just eliminated all my toiletries.. hehehe. give me the don't list.. i need replacements.

Thanks for sharing this.
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OEI LYNIELIME! omg u ar.. post that list of the DOs companies. I am shocked to find SOOO MANY of my products are there.. I never realized the extent of these animal testings. It bring shivers down my spine.. So I will be the first volunteer here to stop buying my Pantene, Johnson n Johnson's lotion, Close Up toothpaste, Listerine, my Olay lotion, L'Oreal skincare (DAMN!!!), Oral-B toothbrush (Oh man! serriioussslyy?), Gillette stuffs (double double crap!). These are all good products Lynie!! Hahaha, i am gonna be ugly but happier.. dang! Thanks Lynie (sarcastically) u just eliminated all my toiletries.. hehehe. give me the don't list.. i need replacements.

Thanks for sharing this.
sorry dear! i don't mean to make your life difficult!! just spreading awareness.. PM me your email address and i will send you the PETA list of companies that don't test on animals. thanks for volunteering to stop using those products. the animals appreciate it.
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now human beings are moving towards experiments and creating whatsoever clone and genetic to humans and animals..
i guess for the sake of making money.....

why animal extinct?
why animal abuse.................. because of one who is greedy wanting to make fortune out of anything!
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count me in.. kindly sent the "No-testing" list to me too. My email is Jdaniely@gmail.com
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hmm,

i've done most of the chores on my to-do list for today, it's 10.31pm, i thought i could finally have a good night rest...after looking at the pics of such atrocities, i don't think i can sleep with a peaceful conscience tonight and after tonight if i still continue to use the products mentioned.

no more dettol, no more lysol for me.

i wonder where we may do our "due-diligence" for generic hypermarket brands? they do out-sourced their in-house brands to be produced by someone - i wonder if we're able to confirm whether hypermarket generics/in-house brand also do animal testing.

hmm, i have hope that turning to vegetarian i'd at least be able to indirectly help reduce the suffering for animals. how wrong i am. that in comparison is like a small drop in the vast ocean of suffering.

from now onwards, if i come across replacement method or alternative method to the current consumer products, i'll share it with everyone.

thanks lynie for being the brave voice to speak out and rattle our conscience.

hugs. but for the poor animals that are still suffering.
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Hi everyone. I forgot to mention that for household cleaners you can try an australian brand called Earth Choice. I buy it from cold storage but I've also seen it in village grocer and tmc. At the moment i use their toilet cleaner, multi-purpose cleaner, and dishwashing liquid. No animal testing and no animal derived ingredients.
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Dear Lynie,

I have never met you in person, but safe to say you made my life difficult. I began looking at more videos in petatv, to see the lab tests, and more... and more... I've always wanted to be a vegetarian, and I dont mind, just that vegetarian options are not always available. But since the last two days.. I find it hard to eat meat and feel disgusted when I did. I have shared the vids with my brother who is feeling the same thing. So we have agreed to be vegan or at least our consumption of meat will definitely be down substantially just to when we cannot find other option at all. So, thanks Lynie.. you made my life miserable, but maybe I'll shed the few extra kilos as well. That, and yes, my toiletries.. GRMMLLL.

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Dear Lynie,

I have never met you in person, but safe to say you made my life difficult. I began looking at more videos in petatv, to see the lab tests, and more... and more... I've always wanted to be a vegetarian, and I dont mind, just that vegetarian options are not always available. But since the last two days.. I find it hard to eat meat and feel disgusted when I did. I have shared the vids with my brother who is feeling the same thing. So we have agreed to be vegan or at least our consumption of meat will definitely be down substantially just to when we cannot find other option at all. So, thanks Lynie.. you made my life miserable, but maybe I'll shed the few extra kilos as well. That, and yes, my toiletries.. GRMMLLL.

Cheers,

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Try to think about it this way. At least you're not being tortured... this is just inconvenient for you really.. you'll survive
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muahahahahaa... heeeheeheee yep thanks for the list too! now that you sent that and i read it.. i gotta go home and throw away my HONEY bathfoam too!!! ARRRGGHHHH! its true, sniff... the animals are suffering.. sobs.

*bite lynie first and THEN hug her* danke danke, merci fremont.
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Can I have the 'no testing' list too pls?? Thanks!

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me threee!!! izyandanial@yahoo.com

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the lists have been emailed to you kind people!
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hey lynie

do you realise that championpetfoods is not on the list - and we're buying their products?

let me do another round of due diligence on them..
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