Beagles Rescued from Lab Testing Get First Taste of Freedom

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5.21.14 - Beagles' First Time on Grass1

These dogs have spent their entire lives trapped in cages by themselves.Β  Now they are getting to have their very first experience with fresh air, sunshine, grass between their toes, and each other.

β€œOn May 6, 2014, Beagle Freedom Project rescued nine beagles from a laboratory in Nevada. Until this day, these beagles had never known a kind touch, been loved or felt safe. Their lives are about to change forever.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 thoughts on “Beagles Rescued from Lab Testing Get First Taste of Freedom”

  1. I rescue dogs almost every week. I had a fat little Beagle named Rusty for years and she was the light of my life and my pillow. Anyone that would mistreat a animal will rot in hell – [email protected] – If you have a injured pigeon please contact me or if you just need advice.

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  2. Thank you for your rescue of these precious sentient creatures.
    It is such a wonderful thing that you have done.
    The one that was alone along a concrete wall I hope was lured out to play
    We must sign petitions and refuse to fund any animal testing. It does not give out reliable results that can be applied to humans in most cases.
    Most of the money for research comes from the military and other government sources.
    I would rather starve to death than assist in causing pain, fear and death, than to deprive another creature their natural surroundings.
    A special on public television years ago, ran once, was about how a pharmaceutical company ran an experiment in Africa where they used the blood of chimpanzees and other primates to try to develop a cure for TB. The AIDS virus was at that time transferred from primates to humans.

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  3. This made me tear up. I really hope that people who are touched by this video are not hypocrites yet buy things tested on animals. I am vegan and have been for a few years now. I don’t buy anything if it doesn’t clearly state “Not tested on animals”.

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  4. It’s wonderful to know that there are people out there who still care for the unfortunate ones – God bless you ! Kris

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  5. Yes its wonderful that caring people help these animals. A lot of pain and suffering goes on in the animal testing world with companies liKe P&G, L’Oreal and Unilever still conducting invasive tests, when cruelty free products are actually safer. Also many medicines and additives though causing serious side effects in animals are still allowed on the market and tobacco tests, so don’t always think its about saving human lives?

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