Sadly, there are also hundreds of animals that are not as fortunate. These animals are skin and bones, have mange, and have insects crawling all over their skin. They do not get fed on a daily basis and starve. They crave human love and interaction, but never receive it. Unfortunately, many animals are abused, neglected, and treated inhumanely in several different forms every day and this coldhearted treatment of animals needs to stop.
There are several types of animals being used for research, but not surviving the test. Animals are similar to human beings; they have hearts just like human beings. Researchers have absolutely no sympathy for these animals, including the vicious ones. All animals need some type of affection from humans, or else there is a high possibility the animals will not survive. Personally, animal researching should be banned, but doing so, the researchers would have to find something else or someone else to test the products on to make sure the products are useable to humans.
Animal rights groups feel that animals feel as much pain as humans do, and they suffer when they are kept in cages for long periods of time. An amount of animal research is done for Products, not to find cures for diseases so this is not necessary. Finally, it has also been said that humans can get all the nutrients and vitamins they need from vegetables and fruit. Therefore having to kill animals f... ... middle of paper ... ...eat animals wrongly and falsely. Also PETA has been changing the way people view animal’s abuse by teaching and sharing about Animal rights.
Some animals develop strange reactions resulting from the loneliness they had to face when in cages; they would shrink in fear every time someone passes by them, they would rock back and forth, pull their own hair, and spin in circles (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, PETA). In the scientific world animals... ... middle of paper ... ...d ones yearly (Animal Defenders International, ADI, page5) Although animal research is a shareholder in the development of medicine and the advance of cosmetic and household products, it is still not legitimate to abuse those creatures to satisfy human needs and wants. Alternatives have been initiated to relinquish the use of non-human beings since it is against animal rights. Animal testing should be prohibited and new methods should be introduced to non-medical institutions like the cosmetic industries and the household production enterprises. Laboratories should take ease of technology to supersede animals by upgraded alternatives that can help in the development of new treatments that may be more efficient.
Kids believe what they’re doing is reasonable because they saw the news or a television show killing animals or abusing them in the shelters. Animals like house pets have feelings and some can even have human characteristics. Animals are alive and they can feel like we can but they can’t talk so why is it acceptable for shelters to mistreat them or to kill them for basically no reason at... ... middle of paper ... ...l the nonhuman welfare groups and animal shelters came together around the United States, the amount of animal killings and abuse in the shelters would dramatically decrease. The more animals we save from shelters the better chance that animal will find a home with a family. In conclusion, saving animals from the animal shelters will benefit kids and also give animals a chance to find a family that they can belong to.
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Drews also feels that it is immoral to raise fur bearing animals because they are prevented from carrying on their life as the would in nature. However, she fails to mention that common animals such as cattle, goats, pigs, ducks, geese, and sheep have been domesticated to live in pins the same ways that animals being used for fur are being domesticated. She also forgets to tell her audience that these animals were once wild animals captured and bred for food and clothing in the same way the fur bearing animal are. Drew also states “as high as 95% of all animals trapped are non-target animals. '; Trapping is like playing a hand of blackjack.
Animals cannot tell you that something hurts, but they can scream to let the scientist know, but none of them care that it hurts them so bad. Some scientist do not see that countless animals suffer and die, or that it is just plain wrong. These animals suffer, feel pain, hurt and want to live as we do. These companies have burned the skin off some animals, mutilated some bunnies’ ears, poisoned the mice, punching puppies in the face, drip a substance in bunnies eyes, and the suffering and dying of these animals has gone on too long. Animal testing has been going on many years, and some laws and regulations have been passed, but some is just not enough; no one pays attention to the Animal Welfare Act.
Animal-rights advocates say the rule would make it easier to shut down unscrupulous commercial operations that confine breeding females at length, depriving them of food, water and veterinary care and leaving them outdoors to freeze in the winter and roast in the summer as they give birth to litter after litter of profitable pups- (Chebium). Animals don’t have a voice; people have to be the voice for them. Animals have no way to help themselves because people make them do what people want them to. They cannot talk back to say that they do not like or want to do what people make them do, people have to go off on what is right. Animals are living creatures they need food, water, and to be taken care of or they could die.
Police, and residents also use dogs for protection from others and the skin and wool of animals are used for unnecessary items such as clothing, wallets, purses and shoes. Although using animals for some of these things seems irrational to some, animals are also being used for something much more horrifying, animal experimentation. Knowing animal experimentation causes suffering, and we can and should experiment without using members of other species because what works on animals doesn’t work on humans, does it still make experimenting on members of other species morally justifiable? Each year, more than 100 million animals are killed in the U.S. for animal experimentation. Although this number sounds horrifying, the tests they must endure that lead to their death are even more atrocious.