Experimental animals are locked in small cages in a lab with artificial light. They never get to stretch their legs out, they never get to run through the grass or to see the sun. They sit inside and wait for another awful test to be done and wonder why they are being treated so cruel. Never in their life will they be able to know what it is like to feel loved and to have a family.
I despise those who consider to do so. We live in a world where human have more right to this planet than any other creature. Yet god created us all as equals, now tell me how that enables us to experiment on other creatures. It's catastrophic and I'm ashamed of the human race
Unethical for using animals in an innatural and cruel way, I think animal testing is very dangerous for humans. With animal testing the pharmaceutical factory can ask more public money saying that they have to pay for the animals they have (animal experimentation is expensive!).
And using animals the researchers can select the species of animals on the basis of the results they want obtain. Ex. Some animals die with diossine, other don't.
And when their drugs on the market will begin to kill people or to cause horrible diseases and reactions, the researchers will say that with animals the result was different, so it's not their fault. They want be paid! They don't care about human or animal welfare, rights etc. They are horrible people.
We came to earth ,we are given every thing which we need by our mother earth.Our earth has ecosystem which tells us to respect each animal ,each animal has his role in maintaining balance,.So if we disturb it it'll bother us..Also we must not think those creatures below us because as us they are also god's creation
I find much research and insight can be explored through some very morally correct tests. Numerous interesting psychological evidence has emerged through the training of rats to run through a maze for cheese. Doesn't sound like a bad life to me. The animal was not hurt, and had to work no harder than it would have out in nature, and indeed much less so, to find food.