lundi 26 janvier 2015

VICTOIRE!! IL N' Y AURA PLUS DE CHATS AVEC ELECTRODES DANS LE CRANE DANS CETTE UNIVERSITE



369 000  SIGNATURES ONT ETE NÉCESSAIRES MAIS C' EST UN TEL SOULAGEMENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DOUBLE TROUBLE CE BEAU CHAT ROUX A SUCCOMBE, MAIS AU MOINS IL N' Y  EN AURA PLUS  D' AUTRES EN TOUS CAS DANS CETTE UNIVERSITÉ  QUI A FERME CE LABORATOIRE (INUTILE  SANS DOUTE)
 IL Y A UNE AUTRE PETITION A SIGNER POUR LES SINGES CETTE FOIS... MERCI D' Y PENSER


Following an extensive PETA campaign to expose and end cruel and archaic brain experiments on cats at the University of Wisconsin–Madison (UW-Madison), the embattled laboratory closed its doors for good! The lead experimenter on the project has called it quits, the federal grant has run out, and the remaining cats in the laboratory, including 3-year-old tabbies Rainbow and Mango, have been adopted into private homes.

PETA's campaign—which began with a successful lawsuit against the school to obtain disturbing photos of an orange tabby cat named Double Trouble, who was tormented and killed in this laboratory—exposed millions of people to the cruelty that cats were forced to endure at UW-Madison. The effort has included eye-catching protests, a citywide ad blitz, more than 369,000 e-mails from PETA supporters to UW-Madison and the National Institutes of Health, and the support of celebrities like Bill Maher, who left an auto-dialed voice-mail message on the phones of UW-Madison staffers and students, and Oscar-nominated actor James Cromwell, who was arrested after interrupting a UW board meeting to protest the experiments. Complaints filed by PETA have prompted the federal government to investigate the laboratory, demand reforms, and even take the rare step of suspending the bulk of the experiments for six months.

This major victory for cats would not have been possible without your support. Every e-mail, phone call, and letter makes a difference. I hope you'll continue to be a voice for animals by helping end cruel psychological experiments on infant monkeys.
Thank you for all you're doing for animals!

Sincerely,

Justin Goodman Signature
Justin Goodman
Director
Laboratory Investigations Division
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals