Camp Beagle Protest Kit: Order Free Posters, Masks, and Leaflets

Thousands of dogs being born at a breeding facility in Cambridgeshire are destined to become the victims of excruciating experiments.

Camp Beagle Protest Posters.

New footage has been filmed at MBR Acres in Cambridgeshire – right here in the UK – at a facility where mothers are kept and forced to spend their entire lives as puppy-producing machines, reportedly churning out between 1,600 and 2,000 offspring for medical testing each year. Once the pups are transported to laboratories, they may be forced to inhale pesticides, fed toxic chemicals, or deliberately given heart attacks – before being killed and cut apart.

Animal testing is cruel and ineffective. Human-relevant approaches can accelerate drug development, benefitting humans and animals alike. Yet government figures show that dogs were used in 4,340 disturbing procedures in 2020 – and 4,270 of the victims were beautiful beagles.

Activists are camping out around the clock to take a stand against MBR Acres. Join the Camp Beagle protests at MBR Acres Ltd, Sawtry Way, Huntingdon PE28 2DT, and speak out against this monstrous cruelty.

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