A general noise against the kidnapping of animals at veterinary universities in Pakistan and the subsequent cruel and grisly live experiments on them gained international traction and concluded in historic new reforms for animal welfare last month. Among the many organizations that had reached out to the authorities in Pakistan was the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) – a world-renowned American animal rights nonprofit organization.

It had contacted the authorities in Pakistan in mid-June, urging a ban on the contentious veterinary training procedures on animals, and shared recommendations for humane and modern substitutes, such as the realistic simulation models used in the US.

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