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21. Behind Closed Doors: The Human Toll of Animal Research : The Humane Society ...
to improve conditions for animals in laboratories and which schools have policies prohibiting severe pain and distress » Read more from the current issue of All animals » Donate
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22. The Scientific Basis for Assessing Suffering in Animals, by Marian Stamp Dawkins
symptom of suffering is an animal's state of physical health. If an animal is injured or diseased, then there are very strong grounds for suspecting that it is suffering. All guidebooks and
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23. Ethics and the New Animal Liberation Movement, by Peter Singer
be a form of suffering additional to whatever pain was involved in the experiments themselves. The same experiments carried out on non-human animals would cause less suffering overall, for the
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24. voiceless: the animal protection institute - Taking Action
Social Responsibility Animals and CSR Compassion in the Boardroom Socially Responsible Investment Animals and SRI Animal Friendly Investment Report Animal Abuse Making a Complaint Who to Contact Australian Capital
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25. voiceless: the animal protection institute - Media Centre
AND MICHAEL KIRBY JOIN ANIMAL THINK TANK VOICELESS AS PATRONS 21 July 2011 ANIMAL protection think tank Voiceless today announced the appointment of world-renowned
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26. How to Quantify Animal Suffering | HumaneSpot.org
to estimate the amount of suffering caused by any particular use of animals. Those variables are: Number of animals: This is the primary determinant of suffering, simply because more animals used for some human purpose also mean more
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27. How to End 98% of Animal Abuse in the Next 25 Years | HumaneSpot.org
have said more aquatic animals are killed for food than land animals, particularly when you include “bycatch.” The Meat of the Matter The human propensity to breed, raise, and slaughter animals for food therefore results in the
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28. How to use Animal Protection Legislation
requirements) Preventing animal cruelty or minimising animal suffering Protecting animal and public health (e.g. protection from 'dangerous wild animals' or prohibiting use of growth hormones) Encouraging responsibility amongst animal
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Bird Protection, Marine Animal Protection, Fur, Farm Animals, Animals in Transport, Animals in Entertainment, Experimentation, Biotechnology Read more... Animal Welfare Foundation GUILFORD, Connecticut USA Read more... Animal Welfare
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30. National Anti-Vivisection Society: Little Pet-Shop Of Horrors
that cut costs by housing animals in overcrowded and overwhelmingly despicable confinements. These animals are provided with little or no room to move about and scarce food and water, in order to keep more animals for sale at a lesser cost.
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