Sunday, 8-26-07 at 2:00 PM
....for the 500 animals, like these beagles,
Join Win Animal Rights as we continue the campaign to stop the killing at the notorious animal testing labs at Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS).
HLS is a company whose primary business is death and suffering. 500 animals are killed there every day. They are poisoned, they are cut and burned, they have limbs broken and in the picture above, they have toxic gases pumped into their lungs.
On top of that, they have to endure the cruelty of sadistic technicians who have been proven, in undercover investigations, to abuse and torture the animals in their care.
Date/Time: Sunday, August 26, 2007 at 2:00 PM
Important: After the Baker demo, we will leave this location to visit the homes of key executives of primary HLS customers and officials of the New York Stock Exchange.
Wear comfortable walking shoes. Being comfortable will help you to fight harder and longer. Future Baker protests will occur regularly on the last Sunday of every month.
Following are some descriptive comments about dogs who were part of the inhalation experiments that took place at Huntingdon Life Sciences in 2003.
All of this was to test a compound called HCFC 22 which has been banned for many years. We encourage you to read the entire report, which you can find on the SHAC website:
"Dog number 1185 trembling struggling...trembling nervous, 1181 pulling back in sling, struggling...1179 severe head tremors and whole body shaking...1187 closing of eyes, drooping of head, head supported by sling, slow deep breathing, staggering in sling, semi consciousness...1183 shaking of head, unconsciousness....1173 closing of eyes, hindlimbs splayed, unresponsiveness to stimuli."
Such is the life of an animal enslaved by Huntingdon Life Sciences. When making your plans, please consider that there are 70,000 animals trapped inside of Huntingdon Life Sciences right now. Some are violently ill while others pace their cold steel cages and dank concrete pens waiting to be poisoned or mutilated for toothpaste or some new chemical or food additive. You are their only hope. Please, please stop whatever you are doing and make plans to join us on Sunday at the home of HLS CEO Andrew Baker. If you cannot join us, you can contact Andrew Baker and/or HLS at:
Huntingdon Life Sciences
In the United Kingdom, you can reach them at:
Huntingdon Life Sciences
Please keep all correspondence with Mr. Baker and/or Huntingdon Life Sciences polite and informative.