Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Tagruato Engages In Animal Testing Under The Auspices Of Charity!

Tagruato, referring to its product as "mother’s milk!" and under the guise of the "Slusho! Smilers!" troop and "Tagruato Cares! [charitable] foundation" have acquired--under the cover of charity--a ready supply of laboratory animals for the unfettered testing of their products. After inspiring the gag reflex in all right thinking people, the transparency of their corporate buyout of animal shelters masquerading as "charitable giving" is simply breathtaking. This is yet another example of the absurd and vile universe these monsters would market as the ideal future. How many puppies and kittens will be sacrificed so an unknowing public can enjoy a Slusho!?! How many is too many? Help stop the cruelty.
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14 Comments:

Ahzi Dahaka said...

Curse those sick scientists! What right do they have to do such horrible things to animals!

Perhaps this will get the public eye on Tagruato, and expose them for the danger they are!

Theseus said...

How I wish they pay for their unwilligness to respect mother nature. Now they're directly affecting animals. We need to stop them, who knows what will come next.

Citronne said...

This is disgusting! How can they make these animal consume so much Slusho! and not even raise an eyebrow to it?!

We need to stop them before they take this too far.

Henry said...

bro. not cool.

M. Vaughn said...

Outrageous!!! I just forwarded the Tagruato press release to PETA. I'm hoping they will shine a light on this horrible injustice.

Jasconius said...

I am disgusted by the blatant disregard for these animals shown by Tagruato. May Ganu Yoshida and his goon squad of testers get their just desserts.

Poseidon said...

Their hubris knows no bounds. My brethren on land will also take action to destroy these upstarts.

Mike said...

Have you people lost your minds? What should medicine be tested on rocks? The only way to get real data is on flesh and blood. Tagruato is a decent company and have no ill will toward man.

Pillow said...

Tagruato rules! They make tasty Slusho! drinks! You shut them down and you shut down the best drink in all of Japan!

Jasconius said...

Perhaps you people are missing the point here. These are innocent animals who mean no ill will to us, and here Tagruato are, making them drink untold amounts of a drink that could have dangerous, perhaps lethal, side effects! How can you be so senseless as to condone this? Slusho! isn't medicine, it's a terrible, artificial, additive-laden energy drink! Are you really that brainwashed by the corporate system that you'd support such horrific actions?

Anonymous said...

what use would it be to feed gallons of slusho! to animals? the drink is not meant for animals and as the drink is already on the market, animal testing with the product would have already been finished.

Are they furthering their testing on animals to see what prolonged exposure to slusho! will do?

Alexander said...

Rehabilitation centers?
What the hell are they doing?
the centers with the most Slusho!-friendly animals were purchased and welcomed into the Tagruato family. These centers will undergo a full renovation in the next three years, making way for modern facilities with up-to-date research, technology, and rehabilitation equipment.


Could that get any creepier? Since when did you have to "rehabilitate" an animal after giving it a treat?

Looks like they did "animal testing" and "limited human test" ... remember the Slush and the elderly blurb?

Pillow said...

I've been drinking Slusho! about 3 times a week for at least 5 months. I've never had any problems. There's nothing wrong with me at all. Tagruato is just testing to see if the animals will enjoy Slusho! That's all, you idiots! They're not testing or killing animals. The only "testing" they're doing is seeing if animals enjoy the taste of Slusho! as much as us humans do.

Jasconius said...

Mr. Pillow,

Perhaps you do not realise that what is good for you (whether Slusho! is good for you is highly debatable and incredibly unlikely, however) may not sometimes be good for animals, particularly homeless ones such as these who mean no harm and have already been dealt a cruel hand by nature without having to be subjected to thinly-veiled animal testing by Tagruato. Take, for example, chocolate. You can survive eating a lot of chocolate, but a dog can die from it! Same with cheese! Who's to say Slusho! may not have the same lethal side-effects on the animals who do NOT need to drink it anyway?

You've been brainwashed by the Tagruato propaganda machine. Do not believe a word they say.