anonymous communique (click here to view photos from the rescue):
“In a warm august night five gorgeous beagle dogs have been saved from
vivisection, took in an embrace and brought to a new life.
These dogs were born in Green Hill breeding farm of Montichiari (BS) and
after passing years in the labs of Recordati pharmaceuticals of Milano,
are now finally far from the imprisonment and tortures of vivisectors.
To free them from the cold world of research it was not necessary to get
into the alarmed kennels of the labs, but we just had to make them
disappear from “Casina Croce” dog pension in Cornaredo (Milano), where we
knew we could find them during the summer closure of the lab. A wall to
jump, some cages to open, and in a few minutes five new friends have been
Now they are no more victims of experiments, they are not numbers anymore,
but individuals with a personality, able to give and receive love and live
far away from torturers. The only memory of that terrible past is the
tattoo in the hear, with the letters GH easy to read.
Now that they are safe in their new houses we can spread the video and
pictures, but also news on this action that has been kept secret both by
the media and Recordati themselves.
Animals like these ones are created to serve the purposes of
pharmaceutical corporations and of a socalled “research” that sees in
every living being (human or not-human that be) a way to make money.
Millions of animals are used annually to test chemicals, cosmetics,
pesticides, erbicides, drugs, weapons and so on. They are subjected to
surgical operations, fractures, forced to inhale or swallow substances and
suffer violations of their bodies and their minds, ’till death and then
autopsy and then burning chambers.
With the excuse of social and scientific progress, abusers in suit and tie
or in white coats, are allowed all these atrocities. A growing number of
people is opposing vivisection and animal abuse. Our voices and protests
are unfortunately too often not heard.
In a world where vivisection is legal and financed by governments, direct
action is a necessary answer to immediately save lives and give voice to
the pain that millions animals are enduring.

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