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Pam to AIIMS: Free the Animals!

Written by PETA

Posted 02-25-2011, 09:18 PM | 8 Comments

 

Pamela Anderson stole our hearts when she danced to “Dhak Dhak Karne Laga” on Bigg Boss Season 4. But now she’s asking the director of AIIMS to have a heart for the animals imprisoned at its Central Animal Facility.

After watching footage from our undercover investigation showing monkeys at AIIMS languishing in barren, rusty cages; rats and monkeys exhibiting signs of severe stress; and sick and injured animals who were denied veterinary care, Pamela fired off a letter to AIIMS’ director urging him to retire the aging monkeys to a sanctuary and switch to modern, humane non-animal research and training methods.

“It broke my heart to see the suffering that is documented in the enclosed video”, writes Anderson. “But the animals suffering behind closed doors at AIIMS must endure this nightmare every day. I was shocked to see that rabbits are forced to live in wire-floored cages; the sharp wire digs into their sensitive footpads and can cause their feet to become stuck.”

Please join Pam in taking action for animals suffering at AIIMS. They are counting on you!

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  • Freddy

    I went through your vivisection page. All the prominent personalities who oppose vivisection and medical experimentation that you mentioned were movie stars, pop singers, or other brainless bimbos. Quote me one Nobel prize winning physician or scientist who opposes animal experimentation. I will change my views then

  • Freddy

    I am a supporter of animal rights, but not in this case. The drugs that are produced simply have to be tested somewhere, better animals than human beings. If we stop animal testing, what are we supposed to test new drugs on?? Outlawing animal testing would slow down the progress of medical science to a crawl. It is cruel, yes, but it simply has to be done, at least for the foreseeable future. The fact is that all the simulation testing devices simply do not work nearly as efficiently as testing on animals. The sad fact is Pam has no idea what she is talking about.

  • Srijaya

    We hope that people at AIIMS come out with a changed attitude towards Animals and stop thier inhuman treatment towards the innocent.

  • Karen Wallo

    Thank you for all you do for animals..However, why is PETA not doing anything about the horrific situation facing the gray wolves in America. See http://www.defenders.org or nrdc.org for details. It could mean their extinction & 1000’s will be slaughtered if this anti-wolf legislation is passed!

  • Karn Gupta

    AIIMS plz stop all that cruelty……

  • Chander Kumar Soni

    thanks pam.
    i love you.

  • Lagoon

    Keep up the good work PETA :)

  • Vegangirl

    Brilliant!! Down with animal testing!

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