• Gather information about vivisection, while not being afraid to read informative, scientific or ethical books and articles about this topic.

  • Distribute informative literature and talk about the problem to as many people as possible.

  • Make your condemnations heard on many occasions (attend debates, write letters to magazines).

  • Help the associations fighting against vivisection financially, or even better, become an activist.

  • Boycott all those who are involved in vivisection.

  • Offer your professional skills free if they are useful (doctors for lectures, lawyers for complaints, teachers to talk in schools, typographers to print literature).

  • Do not help associations for medical research since at the moment, this means financing vivisection.

32. A rabbit used for scabies experiments at the Wright State University (USA), July 1992.
Photo: from PETA USA.

33. Some baby monkeys, imported to be used for laboratory experiments, were found dead on their arrival at London airport (UK).
Photo drawn from: Annual Pictorial Review of the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Vivisection. (1950's - early 1970's).

34. Rodents are the most commonly used animals in vivisection laboratories, not because they provide a good experimental model of human pathologies, but because they are cheap and simple to stall.
Photo obtained by RSPCA (1980's).

35. This rat, held in a restraining device, was subjected to a procedure for inserting a cannula into his brain. Vivisectors do not realize that the results obtained on animals cannot be transferred to man and that animals, like man, can suffer enormously.
(Source unknown, probably USA, 1990's).