Stray animals that aren’t neutered reproduce and then there are even more animals on the street. The homeless animal population has skyrocketed due to the following reasons: lack of commitment on the part of the pet owner, the belief that pets are disposable, the misconception that the Humane Society or shelters can take care of all unwanted pets, and failure of the pet owner to spay and neuter animals(The Humane Society of Central Illinois). That being said, it is believed that animals are just objects. Once they aren’t cute anymore or they aren’t worth the effort and money to take care of, they are something that can just be thrown outside and forgotten about. This fuels the growth of stray
This is often because there are many sensationalized stories about these animals, most of which were because owners were not providing care, or the animals were not suited to the owners abilities to provide care or space, thus creating a problem. There are many more bad owners of cats, and dogs, and these pets are just as likely to become problems. To be fair many people are not suitable owners for exotic pets, and many people are not even suitable owners for cats or dogs. As well many people do not understand that when they say "Nobody should own any type of Exotic Pet" they may be lumping such animals as Rabbits, Hamsters, and Budgies, into that
Keeping wild caught animals is unsafe. According to the article, “Keeping Wild Caught Animals - Unsafe, Illegal, Inhumane”, it is very dangerous to own wild animals because their wild instincts could kick in at any time. Animals can grow to be very strong, which leads to the animals being disastrous in their new home (Should Wild Animals Be Kept As Pets?). Animals are very unpredictable many times if people don’t know what to look for. Many people do years of training and still don’t know how predict the animal’s behaviors (Wild Pets).
Animal testing is not only cruel and inhumane, but also ineffective. Animals do not have many of the diseases that humans have, like heart diseases, cancer, or Parkinson 's disease. Instead, resources are wasted trying to infect these animals with all these different types of diseases that they would never normally contract. An article from the website Cruelty Free International states how 90% of drugs fail in human trials despite showing promising results in animal trials. Experiments done on animals are mostly unreliable and cause unnecessary harm to them.
As mentioned by Criminal Justice Compendium for Somaliland (2015), all of the materials obtained are sort according into victim and witness evidence statements. Thus, the investigator reads and analyses all the stuffs collected to confirm of what has been
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Anthropometric data were collected from workers in a Forensic biology laboratory in Trinidad and Tobago. All workers working in the laboratory that participated in the study consisted of six females and three males. The weight, height and age of each individual were assessed at the work site being studied which was a microscope workstation. An ergonomic evaluation of microscope workstation was performed which included assessment of the workers, the desk, the chair, the microscope and the environmental conditions. Recommendations were also given on how the microscope workstation can be improved for the health, safety and welfare of workers in that environment.
This causes health concerns for some animals. According to The New York Times, Dr. Georgia Mason and Dr. Ros Clubb have recently found out that, “ The problems- including high infant mortality and a tendency to pace around and around in the cage-are directly related to the size of the animal’s home range in the wild.” This proves that some animals are not getting the proper living conditions they need in order to be healthy and survive. Animals that are placed in these habitats do not get the skills they need for when they are released back in to the wild. James Owen for National Geographic News in his article, “Most Captive-Born Predators Die If Released” shares information from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, “The odds of animals such as tigers and wolves surviving freedom are only 33 percent.” The same article also mentions animal behavior
Furthermore, visitors' reckless behavior of throwing improper food or other substances can be a safety hazard for zoo animals. On the other hand, many zoo-owners are mean with money spent on the scientific design of zoos' construction, resulting in a lack of adequate protection for visitors. Even if the design of the zoos' construction has greatly improved, zoos are still dangerous for human beings for some unpredictable factors. Presumably, you still remember the case that a male visitor died from being attacked by a tiger in Ning Bo on 29 January 2017 due to his intention of sneaking across the area which the tiger inhabited in order to steal a ride. Chances are that danger lies in recklessness and unpredictability.
For people, it is a difficult question to be answered, as it is unbelievable cruelty to be kept in conditions, where one does not have any choice of what to do, eat, even when one can have everything that is needed. On the other hand, for animals things are different. For instance, domesticated animals do not know what will happen in the future, as well as all the people for today. They do not feel stressed about this point. Cow, for example, do not realize that fact that, in further, it can be killed for someones
Sometimes animal shelters exhibit themselves as a malodorous, dirty, and unsettling environment for animals to inhabit. Euthanasia is frequent at shelters like this. Other ways that animals end up in shelters include animal cruelty, behavioral issues, moving, people life experiences, overpricing, and not enough time. At first thought, one may