Lawmakers slam USDA kitten cannibalism experiments

Posted by Justin Goodman
22 March 2019 | Blog


UPDATE (4/2/19): Following a year-long White Coat Waste Project campaign, the USDA announced that its kitten slaughterhouse will close permanently and the 14 surviving cats will be adopted out. Read more.

Original post (03/22/19)

Following White Coat Waste Project’s new exposé of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s taxpayer-funded kitten cannibalism experiments, federal lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are sounding off about the wasteful and abusive program:

Tell your Congress members to join these lawmakers by cosponsoring the bipartisan KITTEN Act to permanently defund these wasteful and deadly taxpayer-funded cat experiments!

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