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Intermission: Rescued Beagles Touch Grass for the First Time

by Wylie Overstreet

December 1, 2011

Earlier this year, a group of kindhearted volunteers from the nonprofit Animal Rescue Media Education rescued nine beagles who had spent their entire lives living in a laboratory as test animals. The dogs had never seen the sun or touched solid earth. After they were rescued, the beagles were allowed to step out of their cages and into the free world for the first time. It's a tearjerker. 

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Intermission: Rescued Beagles Touch Grass for the First Time