In addition, circus animals put human lives at risk and are abused on a daily basis. Although supporters of circuses argue that circus animals receive necessary veterinary care, many circus animals die due to neglect each and every year. Defenders of circuses claim that “Under federal regulations, sick elephants must get prompt medical care and a veterinarian's okay before performing” (Nelson). Supporters of circuses dont see the harm of using circus elephants because there are laws that enforce circuses to give sick elephants veterinary care. However, it is very rare that the circus trainers abide to these guidelines.
They are tamed and kept under submission using brutal tactics, and their spines are not made to withstand the load of heavy seats and passengers every day without rest. The same goes for animal tours such as tiger zoos, where you can take your photo with an adorable baby tiger. The tigers are continually bred so there’s a constant supply of cute babies, but when they are older, they’re often sold off for their parts to neighboring countries. If you are an animal lover, avoid the elephant tours and animal tours. Look instead for reputable rescues, such as the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai.
Don’t let them take away your bone so you must scare them off. Part of being an animal is scarring of the predator/opponent. If your owner wants your bone you must not back down and stand your ground. If this means growling at your owner then so be it, you can apologies later with kisses and flashing those puppy dog eyes. Greet others dogs by sniffing their butts.
Allowing them not to eat, would make them more eager to find the food that would be hidden in the experiment. (Soproni et al., 2002) They set up two bowls and put some food in one of them, having the dog restrained by its owner, the experimenter called to make eye contact with the dog and call out its name. By that time, the owner
Throughout the play, one common political idea was clear and inferred: classism. The discussions between Dog and Vera indicated the two knew each other and even lived near each other prior to the start of the play. Moreover, the two were the only two that knew each other prior to Dog deciding to be a dog. The two lived in an isolated community, likely a college campus or religious institution, away from the rest of the world, until it inevitably fell to the apocalypse. In contrast, Bug and Coke, two Scavengers used provocative, crude language and conveyed aggressive personalities through their language and clothing.
The Zoo Story is said to be" the most impressive debut ever made by an American dramatist" (Bigsby 129). The title of the play, The Zoo Story, is a significant title as it shows that it is not a story about someone who visits the zoo and sees the animals, but it shows how the protagonist, Jerry, lives with his neighbors. Although they are living in a rooming house, they are isolated from each other in their rooms, like animals, and unable to "form relationship even with the landlady 's dog" (Hayman 189), like the animals in the zoo who live in cages. Kenneth Krauss says " the title of the play itself: The Zoo Story,… is the play 's story of how modern urban life transpires in a landscape where human animals are looked into unnatural enclosure" (68) such as " Peter 's scale flat, with wife, children, two televisions, and potentially antagonistic pets" (69). It also shows how Jerry suffers from " divided space" (Krauss 69) in a dirty and shabby like room.
Workers kicked, threw and hauled dogs; lifted puppies by their throats. A former supervisor and three former employees of the laboratory were charged on felony cruelty. This brought people to realize the issue and concern of animal safety and the torturous ways animals are being killed and tested on today. In strong belief, animal testing should without a doubt be banned. To begin with, animals have as much of a right not to be tested on as humans do.
A psychologist who observed animals developed learned helplessness when he gave dog’s electric shock and found that after some time the dogs gave up trying to escape from their cages (Bernette and Cannon, 2014, p.935). The theory surrounding why women choose to stay in hostile situations is characterized as “a psychological rationale for why the battered woman becomes a victim and how the
In 2012 a tiger escaped his enclosure in the Cologne zoo and killed a zookeeper before being shot dead, while another tiger in the Czech Republic escaped and mauled three zookeepers. Bulls, limas, peacocks, gorillas, chimpanzees and in one case two tigers are just some of the animals that have recently made their attempt for freedom by trying to escape. One of the main arguments for the existence of zoos is that they help to protect endangered species. But this is not true. In fact, most animals in zoos aren’t endangered, this is because zoos are almost always attracted to the more “popular” animals meanwhile, they are ignoring smaller animals who actually need protection.
Later in your visit you see everyone running away from the gorillas, then you see it. The zoo employees were killing a gorilla, but it wasn’t sick or hurting anyone else. Your family decides to leave, but in the car no one knows what to say about their zoo experience. Everyone has the same questions in their head, why did they kill the innocent gorilla? And why do people take animals out of their habitats if they are going to get treated like that?