It’s greatly concerning that cigarettes are still being tested on innocent animals. Almost all tobacco brands are tested on animals such as cats, dogs, hamsters, Indian pigs, rabbits and monkeys.
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These animals are forced to smoke between six and 10 hours per day, and sometimes five to seven days per week. Several methods are used for these kinds of experiments:
- Animals are attached or enclosed in tubes and constantly receive cigarette smoke in the bronchi through ventilation.
- Cigarette asphalt is applied to the animal’s skin to promote the growth of skin tumours.
- Devices are installed in the heads of animals to study the effects of the tobacco that has been pumped into these animals.
- An opening is cut in the throat of the animals to pass a pipe for breathing in large quantities of cigarette smoke.
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You can also email the U.S. FDA at [email protected] and request that they ban tobacco product and ingredient tests on animals right now!
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