My Tu B'Shevat Green Fair project is about animal testing and the labels on products that tell us if those products are tested on animals. I am interested in this topic because I love animals. Animal testing is when chemicals, drugs, food, and products are tested on animals. The animals are kept in cages in stressful laboratory settings and often killed when the experiments are over. Animal testing is not necessary because sometimes they don’t even test animals for something useful. Since different animals react to different things in different ways, testing on animals may not even tell us how those same products or chemicals will affect human beings. Also, sometimes animals are used for experiments in schools, like when students learn to dissect a frog or a fish. Modern technology makes animal testing in schools unnecessary and too expensive. I am raising money for Farm Sanctuary, which adopts and cares for animals that are rescued from testing sites.