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Cruel cat experiments just so scientists can keep their government funding — 4 Comments

  1. This is horrible doing it at all is bad enough but keeping on doing it after they know it’s no point and only for money is totally rotten and wrong.
    You are right Micheal it’s never been justifiable experimenting on animals and I hope all those who do it suffer some really awful fate.

  2. What cold hearted monsters these scientists must be! How do they go home at night and eat and sleep without their conscience bothering them about the cats they torture? Do their families know what they do and still love them?
    It’s all about money money money and it makes me very angry that their research is useless, they should be prosecuted for cruelty to animals.

  3. The fact that they are educated makes it all the worse in my mind. They have taken ‘objectivity’ to the most disgusting extreme. It’s the same objectivity that allows humans to treat animals like objects that then get eaten. Humans can objectify to the point of turning anything, living or dead, into a product or object with a purpose as part of a greater self serving agenda that is most often times completely immoral.

    Those scientists who do that are barely human. They have to sw2itch off their humanity to do what they do so if you are asking me that makes them as close to non human as it can get. I wonder if they ever switch their humanity on again.

    • the fact that they are educated makes it all the worse in my mind

      Absolutely. Ethics and morals should go with education but money trumps it all. I agree with what you state about “objectivity”. It is reducing the cat to an object to further their work environment. It is the same old problem really. Forgetting that the cat is a feeling sentient creature.

      I wonder though if it is easier for humanity to treat animals as inanimate objects rather than living, breathing beings with emotions and the ability to feel pain as we do. Overall it appears that we prefer to forget that.

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