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Animal Testing

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Maria Vicuna

on 10 May 2013

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Animal Testing Maria Vicuna
Period 3
4/30/13 Conclusion Stylistic Devices Work Cited Persona Pathos Ethos Logos Purpose Argument Audience Introduction The purpose of this piece is to inform people the reality of animal testing. I hope this presentation motivates the audience to put an end to animal testing. The intended audience are scientist who test on
animals, animals lovers who fight for animal rights, and all people. Animal testing is inhumane and it should be
stopped. Animals should not be used for testing; it is cruel. Every year, millions of animals used for testing are killed during the experiment or soon after. Student in high school.

An animal lover. Rhetorical devices such as logos,
ethos, and pathos. Many animals are tested for various things such as medicines, cosmetics, and other products. A lot of these animals are treated inhumanely and are tortured because of this. These animals do not deserve to suffer, they are innocent. There are other alternatives to testing than testing on animals. I believe it is wrong to test on animals and it should be stopped. My credibility
comes from researching the topic. Estimates say that between 14 and 70 million animals are used in experiments each year. It’s impossible to know exactly how many animals are tested because US law does not require scientists to report how many birds, reptiles, or rodents they use. Generally, animals are not given anesthesia even during extremely painful tests. 50% of animals used in cosmetic testing die within three weeks of the experiment. Despite the availability of more modern, humane, and effective alternatives, rabbits are still tormented in the notorious Draize eye irritancy test, in which cosmetics, dishwashing liquid, drain cleaner, and other substances are dripped into the animals' eyes, often causing redness, swelling, discharge, ulceration, hemorrhaging, cloudiness, or blindness. The rabbits are killed after the experiment is over. The
End All in all, animal testing is disgusting and inhumane. Animals suffer everyday in laboratories and are killed. They can't speak for themselves and they need our help. Scientist do not need to test on animals,
there are other ways to make sure products are safe. Animal testing should be stopped, it is a type of animal
cruelty and many people do not
realize it. "11 Myths About Animal Testing | Do Something." Do Something | Largest organization for teens and social cause. Web. 3 May 2013. <http://www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-myths-about-animal-testing>. "Rabbits in Laboratories | PETA.org." People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA): The animal rights organization | PETA.org. Web. 3 May 2013. <http://www.peta.org/issues/animals-used-for-experimentation/rabbits-in-laboratories.aspx>. "11 Facts about Animal Testing | Do Something." Do Something | Largest organization for teens and social cause. Mar 2011. Web. 3 May 2013. <http://www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/11-facts-about-animal-testing>.
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