Companion Animal Release from Experiments (CARE Act)

The Companion Animal Release from Experiments (CARE Act) this week was re-introduced this week by Congressmen Tony Cárdenas (CA-29)re-introduction . The bill (HR 5726) would ensure that research facilities throughout the United States who are in receipt of funding from the National Institute of Health develop and implement adoption policies for rabbits, cats, and dogs no longer used for research.
Over 140,000 rabbits, 60,000 dogs, and 18,000 cats are used in laboratory experiments in the United States. After the experiments are completed these animals are often killed and discarded. Take Action to help save rabbits like Charlie by showing your support of the Companion Animal Release from Experiments (CARE Act) by clicking Here
Congressman Cárdenas said: “We experiment on over 200,000 dogs, cats and rabbits each year. The least we can do is give these living beings a chance at life in a loving home. My bill requires research facilities funded by the NIH to develop adoption policies for those animals. This is part of a larger effort to move away from animal-based testing and research wherever possible and toward more humane and sound scientific research.”
Find out how you can support the Companion Animal Release from Experiments (CARE Act)  👉 Here
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