Some people should not be allowed to have these kind of animals because of irresponsibility. So first things first the learning experience. According to “Why Choose an Exotic Pet, Anyway?” “Exotic pets are so different from cats and dogs that owning one can be an incredible learning experience.” They say that “Exotic pets are fascinating. With their unique behaviors and complicated social interactions, both with each other and with us, they really can teach us all sorts of new information. But their gregariousness can be a double-edged
Organizations like PETA were able to find the cure of cancer on mice, but the cure did not work on humans (PETA). Fifty percent of people believe that scientific research is not necessary for animals and the other fifty say it is necessary (ProTest). Some people disagree and say we need to use animals to find cures. It would be good to use animals because even though some cures may not work on animals, it could help save other animals with the disease and it also helped some humans because although not all diseases were able to help some did. In the end, animals should not be used for testing if the testing does not end up working on other humans (PETA).
For a majority of people, they are born with the ability to laugh. Unless a person is born with the rare disease aphonogelia, in which case they have a disease where they cannot physically make the sounds associated with laughter. For the most part, though, babies are able to laugh at birth. Steve Wilson, a psychologist and laugh therapist, states even “people who are born blind and deaf still laugh. So we know it’s not a learned behavior.
Besides the basic emotions, the animals are able to form a strong and reciprocal bond to humans or to animals. Even though the animals do not have the ability to speak and write, but they are capable to show emotions and feelings through non-verbal communications or actions. For example: When the owner comes back home, the dog flicks its tails and licks the face of the owner to show its happiness. Moreover, a scientific study shows that dolphins and dogs are intelligent that they are able to make choices. Another example is an infant does not have the ability to speak or write just like animals, but why do most people think that killing an infant is immortal and unethical?
Feminism does show the flaws that masculinity has yet ignored or seen as “boys will be boys” type of idea, but it’ll slightly blind us from the main point of it all, to be human. We were born with the abilities such as emotions, thinking, interacting and expressing. The idea of masculinity suppresses a lot of the ideals of being human and more of turning us into a robot with simple instructions to follow. Knowing what it is to be human can contribute combating masculinity. Although Feminism is a good first step of acknowledging the harm masculinity can bring, it doesn’t in its full
It’s often used to test products as a safety precaution before they are released to the public. Although it can be useful to know the side effects of something before trying it on humans, we don’t consider the effects it can have on the animals, which are often extremely harmful and cruel. Scientists have become progressive in creating alternative methods to these experiments. Now, animal testing is nearly unnecessary because there are alternatives which are more efficient and harmless. The rights of animals is a topic that comes up frequently, but people often turn their cheek the other way when it comes to their possessions being a product of cruelty.
They have no value or they are worthless outside the patient-clinician relationship, but their value lies in the fact that these symbols and tokens can be exchanged for other things. These tokens are not primary rein forcers but they are learned or secondary rein forcers. Many researches has been done on token reinforcement including animal studies. This means that even the behavior of animals can be changed or altered by using token economy. 2.
This pain needs to end, and only we can end it. Most of the tests performed on animals are not even effective on humans because of our different anatomies. There may be animals, such as monkeys, that are similar to the human anatomy. But having a similar anatomy does not mean that the reactions to these chemicals will be the same. Pain is expressed in different ways, an animal might be able to handle the pain being caused to them but a human may not, our bodies will react
Live animals aren 't necessary for testing, there are many options such as laptop software, robots, human tissue cultures, and mathematical statistics. Furthermore, the tests the animals are used for regularly come back with fake, misleading outcomes. Humans have been harmed because animals do not react the same way with certain drugs and treatments that people do. Animals additionally do not have the same genetic makeup that humans do, so testing drugs on them is useless. Finally, testing on animals has many moral problems that go with it.
The use of animals for gaming and entertainment purposes constitute animal cruelty because it is heartbreaking, unnecessary and dangerous. Initially many would argue that the use of animals for entertainment does not constitute as animal cruelty because they aren't tortured. For example, some people say that zoos are essential because it is safer