Animal Rights Group Files Complaint Against UF
GAINESVILLE - The University of Florida is waiting to hear back from the federal government tonight after an animal rights group filed a complaint against their treatment of animals for research.
The eleventh hour for animals group alleges that UF violated the animal welfare act in its treatment of Louis, a monkey they say was euthanized in 2010.
Karen Kline, Eleventh Hour For Animals: "We have to stop turning our heads and see all that is really happening and take a stand and stop letting the other guy take care of it for us."
A UF spokeswoman says that the USDA has not yet contacted them about the complaint...but they will cooperate fully when they do.
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