There are many homeowners that care for their yards only to be a victim of the overpopulation of feral ungulates invading and destroying their yards. As stated by the Rainforest CRC, “Feral pigs prey on and compete with a range of native plant and animal species, and
Puppy mills are a controversial issue that must be outlawed everywhere in the United States for its merciless acts towards dogs. These bitter breeding places should be made illegal for three major reasons. First, these puppies are not given an adequate amount of care. They eventually contract many diseases which are left untreated. Second, many analysis and statistics show that they are located everywhere in an immense amount.
Even the best zoos in the world cannot begin to even try replicating the natural habitat of one animal therefore; animals are often prevented from their natural behavior or doings such as running, roaming, flying, climbing, foraging, choosing a partner and being with their own kind. Zoos simply just cannot provide enough space. As saddening as it is to say this, zoos can in fact be miserable places for animals. A CAPS film called, “No Place Like Home,” shows us the conditions of animals being held captive in a zoo. The film took place at Tweedle Farm Zoo where sick animals were left untreated and the corpses of dead animals were left on the floor to rot.
We also need to let others know the conditions that are found at these locations. There are many things as consumers we do not think about and then again maybe we don’t want to know. Many animals today are raised in overcrowded pens with cement floors rather than the ideas that people have of them in fields and plenty of space to roam around. Some farms are so bad that the animals trample on each other to get to either their young that are taken away or to the food and end up dying. The animals that are affected by this are pigs, cows, chickens and even turkeys in some instances.
Their living conditions can not be good because of their health are getting hurt. Puppy mills need a place to live, but have to depends on their conditions. Animals come in different forms by kicking and hitting them. Where does animal occur. Abuse can occur at home more than shelter.
Countless forms of abuse and neglect on factory farms are experienced and endured by these creatures every day in order for us to have access to our favorite products. Animal cruelty in labs and filthy living conditions on factory farms violate an animal’s quality of life and also negatively affects the food we consume in such a way that is harmful to humans. Animal cruelty on factory farms is inhumane, degrading, and just plain crude. The way that animals are raised and treated before being slaughtered affects the food that we yield from them. For instance, animals are held in such cramped and unsanitary living conditions that almost all of them contract diseases from swimming in their own feces or excrement and breathing in harmful chemicals.
Meaning if animals aren’t adopted, they are euthanized. Logically, we all know that’s not fair; but its an everyday thing. If we could decrease the number of animals in shelters, or strays, that wouldn’t be as big of an issue. Walking down the street you see tons of homeless people holding up signs asking for work, money, food or prayers. When you see this some people feel pain and others tend to look right through it.
What is a puppy mill? According to the ASPCA a puppy mill is a large-scale commercial dog breeding facility where profit is given priority over the well-being of the dogs. Puppy mills are very overcrowded and many don’t have proper veterinary care. A lot of puppies have contaminated water and food and many are malnourished. Female dogs are often bred every opportunity that they get and when they can no longer reproduce they are often killed.
Staying in a super tight cage, crammed and covered in poop causes pigs to go crazy, and try and escape the cages. The pigs then try and get out, and end up hurting themselves. According to the farm sanctuary, the pigs chew on the cages and results lead to mouth sores. Scientist Dr. Temple Grandin says the crates have got to go, "We've got to treat animals right. … Confining an animal in a box in which [he or she] is not able to turn around does not provide a decent life."
Puppy mills over charge on dogs that aren’t well behaved, fixed, and a lot of them are sick animals. Most of the time you can get an animal from a shelter neutered or spayed, but at puppy mills you have to pay out of pocket both for medical bills and the puppy itself. Puppy mills as you can see are terrible place, don’t these dogs look upset and sad. They aren't taken care of and it