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Daily Mail Loses Its Moral Compass Over Animal Testing And Kittens’ Skulls Cracked Open

by | 2nd, June 2014

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THE Daily Mail has a shocking story on experiments conducted on kittens and British Universities, The top comment from readers asks:

Where has our moral compass gone?

 

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The story runs:

“Kittens’ skulls cracked open and electrodes inserted into their brains in shocking series of experiments at 9 UK universities including Cambridge

Kittens have been paralysed, had their skulls broken and had ­electrodes stuck onto their brains, ribs and spine as part of a series of shocking experiments at 10 of the country’s most prestigious universities.

The cruel procedures on the helpless subjects have been performed so scientists can improve their understanding of the human body.

The work if “brutal” and “horrifying”:

The University of Bristol purposely bred cats for their experiments, which involved ‘cutting through the skin and bone to gain access to the skull.’…

Cardiff University and University of Edinburgh raised kittens and their mothers in ‘complete darkness’ to test how

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