NFL = Animal Hell: Tell NFL to STOP Bashing in Animals’ Heads!

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Now, I know that PETA has developed a bad name and (even as a vegetarian) I take major issue with much of their approach to tackling animal abuse, but they do bring awareness of issues like the one that follows…

The NFL season has been underway only for a week, but PETA is already throwing a flag against the league for unnecessary roughness—against animals.

PETA released evidence—including shocking photos—showing how for years, the NFL Foundation has quietly funded horrific and deadly sports-injury experiments on dogs, mice, rats, and other animals at universities and private laboratories, including Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of California–Los Angeles.

Bashing in animals’ heads is wrong, and experts agree that these horrible experiments don’t actually reflect the complex injuries sustained by football players.

Tell NFL officials to stop funding cruel and wasteful experiments on animals and to instead support humane and relevant non-animal research methods.

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