Stop The Use Of Animals In Tobacco Tests!

Over the decades an unbelievable amount of animals have been tortured and murdered for that cigarette in your hand. Beagles have been used in the past due to their kind and gentle nature. Their throats were slit so to permenantly install a tube in which they were forced to smoke through, before being murdered and tested for signs of cancer, tumors and organ damage. Rabbits and mice have been painted with tar, and had it injected beneath their skin, leading to tumors. Monkeys have been forced to smoke every day of the week to determine the health risks. Why should these innocent animals suffer a life of fear and pain due to our own mistake? We are the ones who pick up that first cigarette, it is our own responsibility. No animal should die for that. By signing this petition you arehelpingto end thisunnecessaryact of torture.

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This petition was created by Katie Edwards.


More on smoking beagles:



  • Roger Payne We don't need cigarettes tested on animals we know what they do

  • Janette This is just disgusting abuse to these dogs! If people want to smoke...they know the risks...What's the point of this? This is cruel suffering and completely unnecessary.

  • maryse CHARPENTIER Connards de savants fous !!!! Honte sur les putains de labos qui sont avant tout des pompes à fric !!!!

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