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Shut Down WSU Painful Dog Experiments Lab: In Memory of Queenie Cyber Action

March 14, 2012


Source: Facebook

The WSU Alumni have around-the-world support and not only fund, but are supporting animal torture at WSU. Our weekly Cyber Action event is dedicated to Queenie, a companion animal (dalmation mix) who was turned in to a shelter in Gratiot Co., Michigan, as a stray, only to be sold shortly thereafter to a sadistic vivisector from WSU. This is where Queenie died a miserable, torturous death that no being should have to endure!

I have inserted a link with facts of this case after a FOIA request was obtained by PCRM; if you are not already familiar with this case, please click on the following:

We cannot let Queenie’s death be in vain …..

WSU is well-represented in State government. We are going to begin our “Shut Down WSU Painful Dog Experiments Lab Cyber Action” by targeting the WSU Alumni, who are holding seats as our Michigan State Senators and Representatives. Also included are the WSU research administrators.

WSU must be persuaded to abandon the cruel and inhumane animal experiments from which they gain millions of dollars annually. Therefore, it is time to apply systematic and sustained pressure to them, their benefactors, their sponsors, and the WSU community worldwide.

No more time can be wasted; we need to act now by telling these Alumni and Research Administrators to stop supporting animal cruelty at WSU! With an add-on of half the Academic Senate….other half coming next week….

Now let’s blast em’ and get to work on shutting this torture chamber down for good!

Thank you, all who Participate!

Copy the letter below and paste into an email to the below WSU Supporter emails.  Please also sign PCRM’s petition.


Please click and sign HERE

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To Whom It Concerns,

This letter is to inform you that the WSU Alumni and Research Administrators are directly responsible for allowing horrific dog heart failure experimentation to continue in the labs at the WSU, including the imprisonment, torture, maiming, and murdering of innocent shelter dogs.

In turn, as a supporter of this school, you, too, are responsible for this scientific fraud, especially since technologically-advanced alternatives are available.

This is not only unacceptable, but also a scheme, which is used by many vivisectors, to profit greatly by improper use of Federal and Private Funding by pocketing much of the grant money funds for personal gain.  These useless and inhumane experiments have been continuing for 20 years at WSU, with the human heart disease rate only to increase. Unlike humans, heart failure in dogs and many other animals is irreversible.

WSU is allowing former companion dogs to be purchased from Michigan Animal Shelters and are forced to run dozens of treadmill experiments with catheters protruding from their bodies with incisions leaking blood and other bodily fluids, causing pain and distress, with no anesthesia or compassion whatsoever, until they die!

I am sure you are aware of extremely painful and unethical experiments on dogs at WSU, as I add a quote from a well-respected cardiologist: “Felony animal cruelty charges should be brought against Wayne State, and the use of dogs in painful heart experiments should be halted immediately,” says John J. Pippin, M.D., F.A.C.C., a cardiologist and director of academic affairs for PCRM.

Now I urge you to see the truth of this matter, take charge, and stop these atrocities within your educational institution! Everyone who is involved by sponsoring and/or supporting WSU in any way, is culpable and, therefore, I will no longer patronize your establishment.

Please make an ethical decision. Consider withdrawing your support at WSU.

I know your time is limited and I thank you for your attention and consideration to this urgent matter.


the loyalty of a dog
man’s best of friends
how could anyone
subject this being
to such a terrible end
torture chambers
we stand in defiance
against this most vicious
and foul, this psuedoscience

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

2 Comments leave one →
  1. karenlyonskalmenson permalink
    March 15, 2012 1:25 am

    the loyalty of a dog
    man’s best of friends
    how could anyone
    subject this being
    to such a terrible end
    torture chambers
    we stand in defiance
    against this most vicious
    and foul, this psuedoscience


  2. Pat mcGaw permalink
    March 15, 2012 6:16 pm

    WE are supposed to be top of the tree, we are so far below the animal kingdom, so called humans abuse animals and have no compassion, they skin them, eat them , kill them painfully and hunt them for fun, I am sick of it


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