Whatever happened to dissecting frogs? As for PETA, they kill animals routinely.
When cat intestines are outlawed only outlaws will have cat intestines. Well...cats, too, obviously.
And the educational point of this exercise is what, exactly? I've had my doubts about the practice of dissecting animals--in my case it was a frog, almost 50 years ago--since I was in high school; for most students it was, as far as I could tell, an exercise in being loudly grossed out. The number of students led to the sciences as a result must be vanishingly small. That said, since the cat in question was already dead, this exercise seems idiotic and tacky in the extreme (as the students have, to their deserved chagrin, already found out)...but surely there must be more important causes for PETA to work on.
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