Our mission is to stop animal testing!

Animal testing or animal research refers to the use of non-human animals in experiments. It is estimated that 50 to 100 million vertebrate animals worldwide— from zebrafish to non-human primates — are used annually and either killed during or after the experiments. Although much larger numbers of invertebrates are used, these experiments are largely unregulated in law and not included in yearly statistics. The research is carried out inside universities, medical schools, pharmaceutical companies, farms, defense-research establishments, and commercial facilities that provide animal-testing services to industry.

Do not support charities that fund animal testing, eg. Red Nose Day, Daffodil Day, etc.

Do not believe that animal testing saves lives.

Do not listen to the saying "what will it be, your baby or your dog?" when it is a fact that animal testing is most likely to take the lives of both.

Write to your local paper and magazines.

Write to the SIDR Foundation and tell them you will not support the RED NOSE DAY APPEAL.
1227 Malvern Road

Do not buy products that test on animals.

Write a letter to:
Sen. Sid Spindler
Aust. Democratic Eastbourne House
62 Wellington Pde.
East Melbourne
VIC 3002
Ask him to raise the issue in senate.

Write a letter to Minister for Health, Carmen Lawrence
Parliament House
Canberra ACT 2600
Demand money be spent on relevant human studies and not 'veterinary research.'

Encourage people to buy pets from the council pound. The animals that are not adopted are sometimes sold to laborotories.

Spread this information to others.

1. We will save millions of lives.

2. Animal Cruelty most be stopped.

3. Animals have rights!

4. They too feel pain