What you are about to see is real...real life can be scary.
Sometimes opening our eyes is the most frightening thing we can do.
These images are nightmarish and horrifying!
They may make you cry and make your blood run cold.
These images are not for the faint of heart or the very young.
Hopefully they will motivate you to join the fight for the animals.
Don't say that I didn't warn you...



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Photos provided courtesy of C. Stanton © 2001


Photo by FL Boxer Rescue
 




Photo courtesy of Farm Sanctuary: No Downers campaign.

 


Photo courtesy of Farm Sanctuary: FactoryFarming.com.

 


Photo courtesy of Farm Sanctuary: FactoryFarming.com.

 


Photo courtesy of Farm Sanctuary: FactoryFarming.com.

 


Photo courtesy of Farm Sanctuary: FactoryFarming.com.

 


Photo by Award-Winning Journalist Toni Hopper/The Duncan Banner
Copyright © 2001
- Used with permission

 


Photo Courtesy of Dr. Doolittle's Zoo

Photo by Gulf Coast Doberman Rescue Inc.
 

 


Photos (appearing on BBC News) excerpted from film shot by Mike Pandey
and distributed by Int'l Fund for Animal Welfare (Ifaw) and
Indian partner, the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI)

 


Photo by Mike Yoder and courtesy of
Lawrence Journal-World Online

 

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Researchers at Ohio State University last year used nearly 54,000 animals in experiments, including 47,582 rats and mice. Not all research animals are killed.

The Beacon Journal, 10.30.02

9,713 Million (that's nearly 10-Billion) animals were killed for food in the U.S. in 2000, according to USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service.

Reported by FARM and WFAD.org, 08.28.02

Each year, in the United States, 27 million cats and dogs are born. Between 10 and 12 million of these animals are euthanized because homes are unable to be found for them. It is a tragic end to these healthy young lives. Overpopulation is a problem that results in . approximately 1 million animals being killed each month

Reported by IDAUSA.org

   
   
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