A Spanish research facility is conducting cruel and abusive experiments on a range of innocent animals!

Madrid based research organisation Vivotecnia conducts cruel and unnecessary experiments on a range of animals including monkeys, dogs, mini pigs, rats, mice and rabbits for the biopharmaceutical, cosmetic, chemical, tobacco and food industries.

Sign Now and urge the Spanish Government to cite the Spanish Animal Welfare Act 32 and close this Madrid facility on the basis of animal cruelty!

Undercover footage of cruelty and abuse that was allegedly taken in a Spanish Testing Facility has been brought to light and shows animals housed in barren conditions, being taunted, smacked, shaken and cut into without adequate anethesia.  In addition to these horrifying acts, the footage also shows technitions shaking and swinging rats around, rodents being decapitated with scissors, rabbits struggling in restraints, fully concious rats having blood drawn from their eyes and dogs being thrown in cages by the scruff of their necks! This abuse shows a lack of empathy and care for the animals wellbeing and health plus the illegal treatment of animals for research purposes in accordance to the Spanish Welfare Act 32.

This facility has not only tested on the animals in an unbelievably inhumane way but has taunted them and even drawn images on them for thier own personal entertainment thus degrading these helpless creatures further! There is clearly something fundamentally wrong with animal experiments across Europe and this is one of many testing facilities that arent being monitored enough by the proper authoratative bodies!

Act Now and tell the Spanish Government to Close this facility and tighten the laws relating to animals in research so this kind of abuse never happens again!

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