As people fail to consider the needs of an animal when they’re purchasing one, the risk of abandoning them increases. Animal homelessness is a continuous problem in the United States and needs to be solved. Though animals are suffering on the streets and in animal shelters, people continue to buy their pets from breeders and puppy mills. “Nationally, only 20% of the dogs
First, many wild animals that are kept in homes do not have the right care provided. Some animals are not fed right, or food becomes too expensive for owners to buy (Wild Pets). Many animals also don’t have the chance to get enough exercise. Additionally, the animals don’t have a humane living area in most cases. Most animals are locked up in small cages all day being kept like a house pet (Keeping Wild Caught Animals - Unsafe, Illegal, Inhumane).
Animals are found in most of the countries in the world. However, the number of animals is falling every day (The End Times Prophecy, n.d.) because of weak cognition of people, such as killing animals for food, fur and horn. People only look immediate benefits without looking further. It is easy to lead to extinction of animals. Therefore, people have to protect animals because animals have many benefits.
Many are convinced that if one were to eat free-range organisms than the animals live a longer, more fulfilled life, this is, in fact, a myth. Cows and pigs are only let outside for a very limited amount of time along with the compact living spaces. As more people are undergoing eye-opening experiences to view the mistreatment of farm animals of all kinds, and overwhelming health benefits of a cruelty free, lifestyle, to the earth 's destruction; the hundreds of reasons why putting abusive manufactured goods behind is becoming more prominent than ever as the community accepts a humane, and kosher lifestyle. The allegations that killing animals on a mass could harm the environment, has been argued for years. Many people don’t realize that whether it be the water usage, climate change, or pollution; anything involving the slaughter and confinement of critters takes a toll on the world.
If you have ever volunteered at a no-kill shelter, you constantly hear, ‘I came here because you don’t kill the animals.’ In the website, “Ten Reasons to Consider No Kill Shelters,” it concludes, “Other people go only to adoption guarantee shelters because traditional shelters make them feel guilty and depressed.” From past experience, I personally don’t enjoy going into a traditional shelter because I know what they do to the animals if there is too many them. This all shows that no-kill shelters boost adoption. And lastly, no- kill animal shelters are profitable to us by creating a charitable mission. This means that we actually benefit by helping out with sparing the lives of pets as much as possible. In relation to the text, “Mattie’s Fund,” which states, “By saving all of the healthy and treatable cats and dogs, adoption guarantee shelters are able to fulfill their life saving mission.” To top that off, when you do something good for someone else, you feel good- same concept with animals.To sum up, no- kill shelters create a charitable
Güray Yiğit 101-1 Mr. Dunkley December 18, 2015 Animal rights and moral obligations on animals are the most disputable issues of our century. The use of nonhuman animals in researches is a subject of concern which is highly concern that everyone is looking at this issue from various different perspectives. Gary L. Francione looks from both of the sides that whether we have rights to use animals laboratory experimentations or not, by giving different arguments about the issue of biomedical research. Many people believe that it is inaccurate how animals suffer unreasonably. In animal testing, nonhuman animals are used to test the possible harms and exhibit the level of effectiveness of products in the fields of medicine and cosmestics.
Why Animals Belong In Zoos Many might be surprised to know that animals that are raised in zoos live longer than animals that live in the wild. Animals that don’t live in zoos tend to live shorter and come closer to extinction because of other predators and hunters. Because of zoos, we now are able to do more scientific experiments and studies. As referenced in the article “Do Animals Lose In Zoos”, they say that in the past, all zoo animals were treated poorly. Many say that years ago it was a terrible environment for the animals because there would only be a small cage for the animals to walk around in.
However, euthanizing is inhumane and is not an ethical way to solve any issue, especially not with innocent animals. On average, an “estimated 75 percent of animals turned into a facility each month are put down” (“Walton Breaks Ground”). With more shelters locally present, overcrowding will become less and less of an issue. Clearly, the concept and purpose of an animal shelter are one focused on helping animals; however, it is no secret that it does not always solve the many problems targeted. Yes, getting an animal shelter up and running is expensive; however, without the shelters taking strays off the streets, the amount of money spent to run it will eventually be spent on medical bills paid by innocent people who suffer from attacks.
2.7.7 Inadequate Surveillance The true burden of rabies in Kenya and in high risk areas has not been defined due to gaps emanating from data collected in the national surveillance system. This has made it difficult to target prevention and control measures. In the IDSR system, dog bites are used as a proxy for suspect rabies cases in humans. However, dog bites are under-reported in health facilities resulting in missed cases and misclassification of deaths due to rabies. There is underreporting of suspected rabies cases in dogs and other livestock due to the passive nature of the surveillance system.
Basic animal cell processes and the body of animals are just the same as humans on how they perform vital functions of living things such as breathing, digestion, sight, movement, hearing and reproduction. From animals research, it gives a great deal of the knowledge of the body’s anatomy and functions to the doctors and scientists nowadays. For example, through animals research, doctors and scientists learnt about the function of neuron cells and all other cells in bodies and this kind of information can be applied to higher animals and also humans. Animals are also can be used as models to study types of diseases. Humans and animals share many types of illness and animals can be used as models for the study of human illness.