What makes animals so different from humans that we find it justifiable to hurt them? There are a lot of things that separate humans from other creatures on the Earth. The biggest difference is intelligence. Humans have been rulers of the planet for thousands of years because of our ability to work together and build societies. Many people believe that our intelligence alone is enough to justify hurting or killing animals for potential
Animals testing on cosmetic products is unethical A. Animals testing is cruel to animals 1. Unethical scientists hurt animals physically a. For example, they put the cosmetic and medicines into the rabbit’s eyes, which make their eyes fester, swell, pain and death are generally the end results b. The experimenter take out dog’s vocal chords so that they don’t disturb their testing c. The experimenters will use the animals again for further testing until they die, these nightmare to them will repeat and repeat 2.
Over 100 million animals are used as test subjects in the world, with approximately 26 million of them in the United States. Sadly, a majority of the time the products that are being tested on animals are not even effective once human trials begin. Consumers might object that if the products were tested to be safe on animals then they would be safe for humans. Yet, 92% of the times the products actually work in animal trials they are later deemed too dangerous or uneffective for people. Which means that most of the animals used in scientific testing are being abused for no apparent reason.
I think that cloning is bad, because you can 't bring back animals personalities it can only bring back animals’ in physical form not mentally, it can neither improve society because of the amount of money cloning uses and when they do succeed the world may not have a stable economy and therefore have no use with clones, and it can be considered animal cruelty because of the amount of animals that die in the process. It cannot bring back a beloved pet’s personality nor save animals other that bring them back. As it states in the article `cloning animals pros and cons´ “Although your precious dog or cat has been brought to life, there is no guarantee that it will have the same personality as your lost loved one.”This means that cloned pets most likely will not have the same personalities. And that if your pet cat died, that it would only be the same physically“This process only clones the muscles, bones and genetic makeup of your favorite animal, but not its traits or personality says the arthur of the article. (his/her name will be arthur)¨ It would be as if that person got a new pet, not like the old one came back.
Is Animal Testing Worth It? Every single year, over 100 million animals are mutilated, burned, poisoned, and killed for the sake of cosmetic and drug testing in the United Stated alone (11 Facts about…). A majority of these animals end up looking motley with blood and dye, emaciated, or dead. A lot of cosmetic companies furtively claim to be cruelty free, but they belong to ‘parent companies’ that authorize and perform animal testing. A majority of these experiments on animals are flawed or not carried out properly.
Conducting these experiments only make animals seem like tools used for the progress of humanity, stripping away the factor that they possess the same right to life we abuse every day. Results are not promised, however pain and distress on the animal’s part
The use of the animals in the past, present, and future are getting worse as the time goes on. Places such as a laboratory or factory, who make the medications for humans, do not work as expected, and most labs do not even know about because of the things they do. By making all products non-animal tested it would save money, it would save many animals lives, and it would make customers rather that it was not tested. An alternative to animal testing is to use electronic devices because they are so advanced now they could simulate the same thing. All in all animal testing should not be
Animals all around the world are constantly dying, because they are being forced into unfair situations. They have no way to escape their problems. You may ask, “who would do such a thing?” The answer to your question is the military. They make animals perform dangerous tasks, and sometimes test hazardous weapons and gases on them. The animals are being hurt, mentally and physically.
Animal testing causes unneeded death to millions of animals that aren 't even protected under the Animal Welfare Act, and most experiments done on animals are flawed, wasting the lives of the animal subjects. But, there are also benefits to animal testing. For example, we wouldn 't have the polio vaccine or medical steps toward curing cancer. Even though that these benefits do exist it does not give these laboratories the right to abuse and force the animals into these tests, therefore, they should not be
And yet, it is difficult to be completely biased and think we should stop animal testing once and for all. However, in this essay, I will try to balance the controversy by outlining why such practices should be cut down significantly, but still kept in a certain percentage. First of all, it is important to mention that many human lives have been saved thanks to cures that have been first tested on animals. It is impossible to neglect the fact that there is a vast number of treatments and cures available, that wouldn’t have come to light if there hadn’t been series of experiments conducted on animals. Despite sounding unethical or immoral, we have to acknowledge that millions of lives have been saved.