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Shut Down WSU Painful Dog Experiments Lab; In Memory of Queenie, Cyber Action – Week 4

April 14, 2012




Welcome back everyone, to our weekly Cyber Action E-mail Blast where we are going to shut down Wayne State Universities’ Lab of
Torture “In Memory of Queenie.”

We are now in week 4 of this event and will be targeting Wayne States Alumni once again. Wayne State University has more than 230,000 alumni living throughout the United States and around the world. Here are a couple of statistics on WSU Alumni!

•About 75 percent of WSU alumni live in Michigan, providing a diverse, highly skilled talent pool for employers.
•About 30 percent of practicing physicians in Michigan and 43 percent of practicing physicians in the tri-county area received all or part of their medical training at Wayne State.
•75 percent of the Law School’s graduates live and work in Michigan; 18 percent of the judges on the Michigan Court of Appeals and six judges on the US District Courts are WSU Law alumni.
WSU Alumni have a yearly membership fee of $30 which comes to a total of $6,900,000 according to the number of Alumni living at this time!

As you can see 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. MI 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 as obtained by PCRM if you are not already familiar with this case

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 on them, their benefactors, their sponsors and the WSU community worldwide.….

Thank you for your participation!

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To Whom It Concerns,

This letter is to inform you that the WSU Alumni are directly responsible for allowing horrific dog heart failure experimentation to continue in the labs at Wayne State University. These experiments include the imprisonment, torture, maiming, and murdering of innocent shelter dogs.

Since technologically-advanced alternatives are available, as a supporter of this school, you, too, are responsible for this scientific fraud.This is unacceptable.

These useless and inhumane experiments have been continuing for 20 years at WSU, while the human heart disease rates are only increasing. Unlike humans, heart failure in dogs and many other animals is irreversible.

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

I am sure that you are aware of these extremely painful and unethical experiments on dogs at WSU. However, let me 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.

I urge you now, to see the truth of this matter, to take charge and to 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 be patronizing your establishment.

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


Week four will only be the end
If torture like this is no longer
A trend
Not another should suffer,
How queenie cried,
No other animal
Should go through
How queenie died

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

10 Comments leave one →
  1. fff permalink
    April 14, 2012 4:55 pm



  2. karenlyonskalmenson permalink
    April 14, 2012 5:00 pm

    Week four will only be the end
    If torture like this is no longer
    A trend
    Not another should suffer,
    How queenie cried,
    No other animal
    Should go through
    How queenie died


  3. Marisa Ray permalink
    April 14, 2012 6:46 pm

    We r supposed to be their protectors instead they need protection from us. AS we r advancing we r losing touch with our inner self and ability to see right from wrong., And this is very very wrong. Pls stop experimenting on these beautiful animals.


  4. April 15, 2012 1:44 am

    Reblogged this on STOP ANIMAL ABUSE.


  5. christine schmutz permalink
    April 15, 2012 9:57 am

    what a crying,horrific shame!


  6. christine schmutz permalink
    April 15, 2012 9:58 am

    Is there a petition?


    • April 15, 2012 11:13 am

      Hi, Christine ~

      At this time there is only the sample letter to send, but no petition. Thanks for your efforts.


  7. Elgrit B. Russell permalink
    April 15, 2012 1:36 pm

    I have spent over 41 years in all facets of animal welfare work. It is still inconceivable to me how it is possible that huma beings can and do perpetrate acts of cruelty on defenseless animals who have committed no crime except perhaps to be born. There are so many new, modern ways today to learn and yet there are evil people who refuse to use the new methods. We must all stand together and unanimously fight those who do evil against the animals. No animals should be forced to suffer like this.


  8. LINDA BADHAM permalink
    April 15, 2012 4:48 pm



  9. May 24, 2013 8:54 pm

    Stop the cruelty NOW!!!!


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