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Beagle Freedom Project

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Beagle Freedom Project is a non-profit animal rescue and advocacy organization and the world’s leading organization for rescuing and rehoming animals used in experimental research. BFP is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of animals used in testing and research and subjected to other forms of unique cruelty, abuse and neglect. BFP strives to end this cruelty through its educational programs, campaign initiatives and lobbying efforts to make the world a better, safer and healthier place for both animals and people alike.

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"We adopted Chestnut back in September of 2020. He was a test animal, rescued from Korea. Because of the Beagle Freedom Project, he was able to experience the kind touch of a human. We love him so much and can’t thank the wonderful people of BFP! They wanted the best for Chestnut and made sure we were a good fit and set up for success as adoptive parents! 
Jamie & Lauren "
- Jamie B.
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"I love ❤️ the organizations mission, and everything they do. It takes a team to be able to save all these innocent Beagles, but I have to acknowledge the Founder for her dedication, and commitment to the Beagles, and organization. Thank god for people like who exist in this world. 

I was extremely fortunate to foster and adopt Sander from the SK29 survivors on July 10,2020. Sander was a blessing, I live and work to give him the best life! In the future, I wish to adopt from BFP. I’m now mindful when purchasing from Amazon to support BFP, and to educate others about the work BFP is doing for the fur-angels. Thank you BFP for all you do."
- Laura D.
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"I had heard of Beagle Freedom Project years ago. They were the reason I knew beagles were used around the world for laboratory testing. I kept that information - and the fact that they rescued animal testing victims and campaigned to end animal testing - in the back of my mind for years.

Then, after my senior dog passed from cancer, I decided to apply online to foster. I was contacted very soon after hitting "submit" and just a few weeks later, I was holding a 10-year-old blind beagle in my arms, and I knew I'd adopt her the second I met her.

My Mini had been in a cage for 10 years and they made her blind with whatever testing they had done to her.

Adopting Mini changed my life in ways I never could have imagined. I became aware of how many products in my home had been tested on animals, and started a mission to rid my home of all animal-tested products and to buy only cruelty-free brands for everything from cosmetics to household cleaners.

Mini and I went to events as ambassadors, sharing Mini's story. And then I fostered another little blind beagle from BFP... and I "foster failed" and adopted her, too!

I couldn't keep failing as a foster because, of course, I can't adopt ALL the animals, so I have committed to helping BFP by fostering as often as I can.

I've fostered ten dogs for Beagle Freedom Project since adopting Mini, many of them seniors and/or with special medical needs. Some have required extensive surgeries, careful medical management, and much time and patience. BFP has always been ready to do everything possible to ensure these survivors received the medical care they needed to live a happy and healthy life, no matter if they had many years to live or if they were already 10 years old when rescued from the laboratory.

Fostering and adopting laboratory survivors has given my life a purpose that I couldn't foresee on that day several years ago when I filled out that application and hit, "submit.""
- Mary P.
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"I've known about Beagle Freedom Project for years as they're one of the few groups doing the work they do -- I don't know anyone else focused on helping rehabilitate animals abused in labs and finding them loving homes. I also use their Cruelty Cutter app at the drugstore to make sure what I'm buying isn't tested on animals. More recently, I had the honor of joining the BFP staff. I can say without a doubt that I've never met a group so passionate and driven about their cause. And while we take our mission very seriously, we don't take ourselves too seriously in the sense that we have a very open, collaborative environment conducive to finding the best path forward for our goals. I love being part of this team and am very grateful to have the opportunity to help BFP achieve their mission."
- Jess B.
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"I love working in an environment where everyone is passionate about such a good cause. In my short time here, I have seen nothing but hard work, dedication, great team work and employee appreciation. I am happy to be a part of the team! "
- Alexandria W.
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"Beagle Freedom Project changed my life a little over four years ago. I knew nothing about animal testing nor living a cruelty-free lifestyle. Once I learned that I had the power and choice to purchase cruelty-free products, I began to do so by using the Cruelty-Cutter App developed by Beagle Freedom Project. Not only do I now live a cruelty-free lifestyle, but it has become contagious amongst my friends and family. This organization is a true gem. I am extremely proud of Beagle Freedom Project. "
- Anonymous
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"Working with Beagle Freedom Project is nothing short of a dream come true! To have the chance to see these resilient animals move past their trauma and learn to love is nothing short of life-changing. It's an incredible experience to work with people who are so passionate about the well-being of animals and will do anything they can to help. Thanks to BFP, anyone can make a difference to save animals and eventually end animal testing. There is an ever-growing list of of individuals who want to give a loving home to survivors of animal testing, and anyone who is unable to open their home, is now armed with knowledge on what brands and corporations to avoid. This is a movement that everyone can be a part of in some way, and it will change the world!"
- Kristin R.
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"Beagle Freedom Project is a amazing place to work with like-minded individuals passionate about eradicating animal testing. Working here has taught me so much about living cruelty-free. "
- Anonymous
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"I started out supporting BFP as a cruelty free, vegan cosmetic company, then as a volunteer and now as staff. The mission is everything to me, both for animals and humans. Ending animal testing means saving countless animal lives and making accurate assessments for the holistic health of humans. BFP educates, rescues and changes laws - this is a life saving organization with far reaching goals that serve the greater good on a level that goes above and beyond."
- Lori C.
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Being a volunteer at BFP means changing the lives of animals who have been subjected to the worst kind of horrors. It means helping those in need by assisting in rescues, transports, fostering, and assisting remotely or at the offices with logistics, database work and more!


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