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NIH: Stop Funding Cruel Cat Experiments
Experimenters at the University of Wisconsin–Madison (UW) have killed countless cats in cruel "sound-localization" experiments. Cats have had steel coils implanted in their eyes, holes drilled into their skulls, and electrodes implanted in their brains. Sometimes, they have their ears cut off or are intentionally deafened by having a toxic chemical applied to their inner ear. Send a letter to NIH demanding an end to these deadly experiments!

 
 
 
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MMA Fighters Take on Animal Abuse

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