Because of the overpopulation, animal control must step in. They at times, forcefully snatch up these beings, and load them into trucks. Those dogs and cats, then get taken to shelters. Not all animal shelters have pristine condition. Sometimes animal shelters exhibit themselves as a malodorous, dirty, and unsettling environment for animals to inhabit.
When cats seemed to escape injuries over and over again, the lucky number “9” suited the cat. There are several communities which still believes that cats have nine life. If you take Turkish and Arab proverbs, puss has only seven successful lives. If you consider Ancient Egyptian mythology, people use to worship cats as gods. At any rate, humans throughout the ages have been awed by the hardiness of feline.
Inside the world of zoos what you see is not always the truth. Behind the cages and gates, wild animals suffer from harsh treatments from staff members and even madness from living in small, enclosed prison-like cages. At the Scarborough Sea Life Centre located in Scarborough, England, the Humboldt penguins are given antidepressants because they are not “adapted to the rainy British climate, which is drastically different from their natural environment on the coast of South America.” (PETA UK). While zoos are a great place to learn about wildlife, the best place to learn about wildlife is in the wild and in their natural habitats not behind confined cages. Laws should be passed to ban zoos from operating because they drive animals into insanity
Because of the overpopulation, animal control must step in. They at times, forcefully snatch up these beings, and load them into trucks. Those dogs and cats, then get taken to shelters. Not all animal shelters have pristine condition. Now and then, animal shelters exhibit themselves as a malodorous, dirty, and unsettling environment for animals to inhabit.
Unsurprisingly, a common mode of transmission is through the pet trade where humans contact animals. According to a REXANO cofounder, “Private owners of wild and exotic animals in the USA have been coming under ever increasing attacks from animal rights (AR) activist and uniformed legislators to end the private ownership of exotics in the name of ‘public safety’(Source 3).” Many large cats such as lions have escaped from their cages and terrorized communities. Several of these incidents have resulted in either serious injury to the persons who came in contact with the animal or the death of the animal or
There are multiple instances in “The Black Cat” that shows the mental sanity of the narrator. To begin, the narrator states how he loves animals and that he has always had a love for them since he was a little boy. However, the narrator starts to abuse the animals that are so dear to him. Additionally, he physically abuses his wife. As it states in the text, “ I suffered myself to use intemperate language to my wife.
Although rescue organizations, such as Big Cat Rescue and The Humane Society, are working to address the abuse of these animals, exotic mammals are still mistreated daily. Ethical Perspective: Exotic Pet Owner When it comes down to taking care of an exotic pet, many pet owners will realize this is not an easy task. According to Big Cat Rescue (BCR), one of the most accredited sanctuaries dedicated to housing abused and abandoned big cats, your first year of owning a small to midsize cat can run you about $22,000, with annual expenses being $2,300. If you wanted the full big cat experience, as many do, your first year can cost you $94,000 with an additional $8,000 annual cost. This is a pricey investment, that many owners of exotic pets are not aware of upon purchasing their animals.
Who cares if bats are thought of as evil creatures?” Well my reader many people care, and I am sure the bats who have died by being bludgeoned to the point of obliteration care as well. I do not mean to turn this into a dark place, but it is a common occurrence for things like this to happen to an already extremely vulnerable species. To this day we know so little about bats that we are unable to tell if some species went completely extinct, yet we do know enough that they are not doing well. Actions like bats who were roosting in building crevices being foamed in, and suffocating to death are not something unheard of in the bat community. Given this, here are some facts to describe how important bats are to our lives.
Peter is two years older than Anne, and is much more reserved than her, at least when we first meet him. They do not initially get along, with Anne hiding playing practical jokes on him, and in general being herself. Soon enough, Peter and Anne bonded over Mouschi, Peter’s cat, because, as Anne says in Act I Scene 1,“I love cats. I have one... a darling little cat. But they made me leave it behind.” Peter’s cat reminds Anne of the life she had before they had to move into the Annex, and what she has to return to after the war.