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What is Animal Testing?

Most of the people benefitting from or using animal-tested products think animal testing means just checking animals with the products we use. Well, it is something more than that. Animals having a life and who experience the same pain as us humans are subjected to cruel tests in laboratories by humans to check if the products with which we inflict pain into these beings are safe for humans or not.

Animals have been used for cosmetic and medical testing every year resulting in millions of animals left being blind, deaf, paralyzed, and dead.  According to the fact sheet on animal testing published by the humane society of the united states several cosmetic tests commonly performed on mice, rats, rabbits, and guinea pigs include skin and eye irritation tests where chemicals are rubbed on shaved skin or dripped into the eyes without any pain relief.

Is Animal Testing necessary?

The question in this condition is that it is that necessary to let millions of animals suffer pain and die also impairing the natural ecosystem. Understanding that most of the drugs essential for human use have been tested through animals most of the vaccines were made available to humans after being successfully tested on animals. Animals and humans have almost the same DNA mapping that makes animals a good and reliable tool to check vaccines, drugs for, diabetes, cancer, and heart diseases. During the production of a vaccine for the coronavirus, scientists experimented with the vaccine on mice as they are 98% identical to humans in body development and organs.

Are there no Alternatives?

Animal testing kills and leaves animals deaf, blind, and paralyzed so, do not we have any alternatives? We do have some very popular and reliable alternatives for animal testing including using synthetic human skin and tissues, in vitro testing, using computer modeling to test the side effects on human tissues.

Is Animal Testing Reliable?

The real problem with animal testing is that it isn’t even reliable.  Shocking right? Reports tell that 90% of successful animal tests for several drugs and treatments failed during human trials and weren’t safe for humans. Over a thousand stroke medications that were successful on animals didn’t work for humans at all. More than 90% of medications and side effects that showed and worked for animals were a complete fail on humans.


Considering all the damages we have and are doing to animals and making them go extinct and endangered, this is the time we switch to better and reliable alternatives. Even if researchers and scientists do not make the immediate switch we public can switch to cruelty-free products to damage the stocks of the brands that are testing cosmetic products on animals. With this, we society must ban products from brands that test on animals and take measures to protect animals at all costs from this unnecessary torture.

Is Testing on Animals Still Legal?

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Is Testing on Animals Still Legal?

Using animals in research and product testing has been a source of contention for decades. People have varying attitudes towards animals; some see them as friends, while others see them as a way of developing medical skills or increasing experimental study. Regardless of how people see animals, the truth remains that animals are being abused by research institutes and cosmetics firms all across the country and the world. Although effective animal research often benefits people, the agony, suffering, and deaths of animals are not worth the potential human benefits.As a result, animals should not be utilised in research or product testing.

For starters, when animals are utilised in research, their rights are infringed.

Animals and humans have many characteristics, including the ability to feel, think, behave, and experience pain. As a result, animals should be treated with the same dignity as people. However, when animals are utilised in research, their rights are infringed since they are not given a choice. Animals do not willingly give up their lives to improve human wellbeing and new technology.Because they are unable to express their preferences and choices, their decisions are decided for them. Next, the pain and suffering inflicted on experimental animals is not worth any potential advantages to people. Animals experience pain in many of the same ways that humans do; in fact, their pain reflexes are nearly similar (both humans and animals scream, for example). Animals are exposed to unpleasant and often fatal trials when employed for product toxicity testing or laboratory study. Finally, animal experimentation is totally unnecessary because suitable alternatives are accessible.Instead of testing on animals, researchers may use this artificial “skin” to assess the possible damage that a product can do to the skin. When a product destroys it, this synthetic material becomes opaque, mimicking how a genuine eye reacts to hazardous chemicals. Computers have also been used to model and assess the possible damage caused by a product or chemical, and human tissues and cells have been utilised to study the impacts of hazardous chemicals.

Finally, animal testing should be prohibited since it violates the rights of animals, causes pain and suffering to experimental animals, and better methods of assessing product toxicity are available. Humans cannot justify torturing and killing thousands of animals each year to do scientific experiments or to test goods in order to improve their own lives. Animals should be treated with dignity and respect, and this right is violated when animals are exploited for selfish human benefit.