However, these organizations struggle with is because there is no legislation in the United States to combat animal testing. Even though it is not against United States regulations, animal testing should be outlawed because of its harmful and cruel effects. If people were to see how these animals are really treated, everyone’s stomach would twist like a tornado in disgust. It is sickening to watch how they are beaten, cursed at, and ejected with chemicals into these debilitated creatures of all kind. It is sick to know that throughout it they are deriding the animals and laughing.
The exotic pets were forced into having poor general care including lack of food and water, also veterinary service, lack of proper ventilation, and were placed in crowded living conditions that were unfair. The animals found were injured, sick, and diseased and would need to fight to get any source of food or water. The company failed to maintain their warehouse, which caused flooding and certain housing conditions would allow for many of the animals to helplessly drown or come extremely close to. They were handled very aggressively and were forced around with no care. When the dealers thought they would die they would place them in the warehouse freezers to die.
Animal Cruelty and Captivity Zoos, aquariums, and circuses do not treat animals with respect and kindness. They inevitably suffer from disease, pain, starvation, and fear so they will perform seamlessly for the public. Owners force their pets to carry out pointless tricks and performances and are almost always deprived of their normal behavior (Aquariums and Marine Parks).Workers within the facilities that the animals occupy rip them from their natural habitat. The wild animals will not live their full lifespan due to the mental and physical abuse that comes from the captive place they reside in (Aquariums and Marine Parks). Before performing, show masters inject their animals with various drugs because their natural behavior interferes with
Many of these protocols cause extreme suffering to the animal. Animals are forced into isolation, only getting social interaction while they are being poked and prodded. Scientists will starve or even dehydrate animals. Worst of all, if animals are kept alive from experiment to experiment, they receive no recovery time between tests. They are forced into restraints that keep them from moving as they fight for their life.
This is because; the animals used for testing are killed after their use. Moreover, others are injured and left to die on their own, which is very wrong. In addition, this procedure makes the animals go through a painful period while it is being administered. Animal experimentation is a cruel procedure that makes the animals suffers physically and emotionally during the process. Moreover, the before the experiment, animals are subjected to forced inhalation, they are deprived of food and water in addition to prolonged periods of physical restraints.
Animals are left to die after being brutally tortured, burned, force fed chemicals and much more. This leaves animals traumatized for the rest of their life. Studies have proven that animals feel every emotion when they are being tortured, just as humans would. The problem is, they cannot talk and many people are not listening to
A testimony from a slaughterhouse employee shows just how cruel they can be: “I’ve drug cows till their bones start breaking, while they were still alive. Bringing them around the corner and they get stuck up in the doorway, just pull them till their hide be ripped, till the blood just drip on the steel and concrete. Breaking their legs… And the cow be crying with its tongue stuck out. They pull him till his neck just pop.” (animalethics.org) The things that go on to these innocent animals behind closed doors are extremely disturbing. Animals experience emotions such as fear, excitement, love and attachment for their babies and if everyone had a chance to see how they suffered they would try to change all
Animals are constantly being neglected because people do not believe they could ever be equals and that they have to assert their dominance by physical or mentally abusing that animal. They are being poisoned, drugged, malnourished, burned, mutilated and all kinds of all abuse techniques that should send them to jail for the next ten years. ”Of 1,880 cruelty cases* reported in the media in 2007: 64.5% (1,212) involved dogs, 18% (337) involved cats and 25% (470) involved other animals” (Humane Society). This problem has grown out of control due to neglect to admit that if people just went and neutered their animals this problem would not keep increasing. The population is increasing and so more animals are getting injured from living on the streets and people not caring when they see them hurt on the side of the road.
Animals are forced to live in small, unsanitary cages where they undergo emotional and physical stress for anywhere from a couple months to a couple years. Animals are forced to inhale chemicals and are even strapped to tables and suffer through immense pain that leads to either death or severe side effects. Animals don’t always suffer from diseases that humans do so they are often infected with deadly diseases we don’t have cures to. Famed primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall reported, “In no lab I have visited have I seen so many chimpanzees exhibit such intense fear. The screaming I heard when chimpanzees were being forced to move toward the dreaded needle in their squeeze cages was, for me, absolutely horrifying” (“Harm and Suffering” 3).
However, we can only image the changes that would... ... middle of paper ... ...sense. For example due to the “white sickness” the complete infrastructure of the society fell apart and everything is completely altered. People are unable to interact with one another as they did before which makes things much worse. Instead of trying to organize a way to distribute food like actual human being, they start killing each other for any bit of food that they can find, almost as if they are animals. Through the novel Saramango portrays how delicate our society is and how quickly turmoil’s can set in with any change in our society.