The Internet is full of surprises! I’d love to meet the person that created this!

"Wendy? Yes, Lisa? Is the water warm enough? Yes, Lisa. Shall we begin? Yes, Lisa."

The Internet is full of surprises! I’d love to meet the person that created this!

"Wendy? Yes, Lisa? Is the water warm enough? Yes, Lisa. Shall we begin? Yes, Lisa."

Sooty in the sun 😺

Sooty in the sun 😺

A loop-D-loop Vine of Andy Dick saying my name. #TBT taken from the time Andy talked about ME on his Tradio show! 😃 https://t.co/0BHrNDFQ1N

#TBT to some of the times Dave Foley and I have hung out through the years. 😺

#TBT to some of the times Dave Foley and I have hung out through the years. 😺

the-upscale-stripling:

Big Brother Studio Set.

4024 Radford Ave
Studio City, CA 91604-2101
United States

My thoughts exactly! I always look up charities to see if they fund animal testing before donating to their cause. I urge everyone to do the same. There is no need to use animals as test subjects!
Someone commented on my fb post that “I’m sure Pamela has had many things injected in her before looking into if they were animal tested or not.” I’m sure she has too, before becoming an animal activist & learning about the issues. Animal activism is one of my passions so I’ve read a lot of information from various sources re: animal testing/experiments. I also have a friend who years ago sued her school because they tried to force her to take part in animal dissection during one of her classes so I learned a lot through her case as well. Science has advanced greatly, there is no need to use animals as test subjects & as Pamela wrote, animals & humans react to things differently anyway, making the animal test results irrelevant to humans. The PCRM site that was mentioned in Pamela’s post has a lot of good information if you’re interested: http://www.humaneseal.org/index.cfm I know animal testing to cure human diseases is a sensitive subject for a lot of people but it is possible to care about both humans & animals & still make compassionate advancements in finding treatments/cures.

My thoughts exactly! I always look up charities to see if they fund animal testing before donating to their cause. I urge everyone to do the same. There is no need to use animals as test subjects!

Someone commented on my fb post that “I’m sure Pamela has had many things injected in her before looking into if they were animal tested or not.” I’m sure she has too, before becoming an animal activist & learning about the issues. Animal activism is one of my passions so I’ve read a lot of information from various sources re: animal testing/experiments. I also have a friend who years ago sued her school because they tried to force her to take part in animal dissection during one of her classes so I learned a lot through her case as well. Science has advanced greatly, there is no need to use animals as test subjects & as Pamela wrote, animals & humans react to things differently anyway, making the animal test results irrelevant to humans. The PCRM site that was mentioned in Pamela’s post has a lot of good information if you’re interested: http://www.humaneseal.org/index.cfm I know animal testing to cure human diseases is a sensitive subject for a lot of people but it is possible to care about both humans & animals & still make compassionate advancements in finding treatments/cures.

Listening to Prince while driving down Prince Street as (purple) rain falls ☔️

Listening to Prince while driving down Prince Street as (purple) rain falls ☔️

Someone is in love with the red velvet curtains! 😻

Someone is in love with the red velvet curtains! 😻