Read the Ridgefield Press article from one of the parents of a special needs child.
Currently the U.S. uses 70,000+ dogs for testing (primarily cosmetics, household products & pharmaceutical testing). When laboratories are done with their testing projects, the dogs are often euthanized and then puppies are purchased to start the cycle all over again.
Founded in December 2010, Beagle Freedom Project has rescued hundreds of animals including beagles, mixed breed hounds, rabbits, fouls, cats, pigs, mice, rats, guinea pigs and goats from laboratories across the U.S. Instead of being euthanized after testing, these animals have been placed in homes where they serve as living reminders of the reality of animal-testing and the inspiration for pro-active cruelty-free lifestyle choices.
Help us be good stewards for all of God’s living creatures and join us for a fantastic breakfast! Fund raiser is open to the St. Stephen’s parish, as well as the local community. Donations requested.
Visit the Beagle Freedom Project for additional information.