Persuasive Essay On Captive Animals

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Captive animals are deprived of everything that is natural and important to them. Bull riding has become a very famous activity. The riders are not only taking the animal out of its normal surroundings but also putting them in much physical danger. Circus animals will never receive the same experience as they would in the wild. It should be illegal to use animals for sports and entertainment because many times it is cruel to the animals. In most of the entertainment involving animals today the trainers are overly aggressive. Animals are taken from there wild habitat then are beaten, shocked, and whipped to make them perform. These animals are forced to repeatedly do tricks that make no sense to them. Trainers will beat the animals not because they are acting out but for the fact they…show more content…
The animals in the zoos were not willing to be taken from the wild just to sit in cages. Tourism has made zoos very profitable for the close interaction with the animals. Although from the other side of the cage the animals look fine but truly they are terrified. Tiger cubs are often taken from there mothers only after a few months. Customers will pay a high price to hold, pet, photograph these young animals. From all the money it has brought in there is now a mass breeding of tigers. All these animals on display for the public eye are forced to sit while being tired, overheated, thirsty, hungry, or sick. Animals should not be kept in captivity for entertainment and sporting events. Trainers need to know there limits of force on animals. Everyone involved in the animal industry must take awareness of not only the people but also the animals. All zoos need to decrease there breeding rates for the health and well-being of the animals. If people desire to be apart of the animal entertainment they must understand that animals do not do the things that humans can. Everyone should appreciate the natural abilities of animals and there
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