In conclusion animals testing should not be done because animals are like human beings, they feel, they live, they eat so why would we want to kill animals for any type of testing when we could try it on a human being that might want to let the scientist try it on them. The animals have the right just like anyone else to have a life, a animal can’t speak, but that doesn’t mean that we could take over that and do whatever we want with them. Animals are like us just and just like them, we would not want to be in a cage dying just to try something that might not even
A negative thing is how they put the animals down so quickly. They could receive a stray and if in 3 days it isn 't gone they put it down. They give you a choice when you adopt if you want to spade. They should just spay the animal so they don 't keep getting new ones then their problem of too many animals will be gone. One concern i have for the humane society is how are they going to keep fitting all the animals in the shelter.
Sometimes the veterinarian may place a band on the dog’s tail preventing blood flow to the distal end, after three days, the tail will then die and fall off. With tail docking there is also secondary health risks that may occur such as nerve growths, scar tissue and infections, hemorrhage and even death. Most advocates of these try to downplay the amount of pain these animals experience. Anatomically all animals including dogs have neurotransmitters in their nervous system and are well aware of the pain they endure.
When using animals I won't matter because compared to how many animals we kill for food the test are a small
“The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who do nothing.” -Albert Einstein Animal abuse is a problem that has been going on for a while, but early in the last century; people have began to call it out. It wasn’t until 1936 that the first animal shelter had started by Caroline Earle White. However, others have taken an advantage of this, and just send stray animals to shelters, and it seems fine, right?
The shelters receive numerous companion animals many include pit bulls according to Animal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals “ an estimated 5,000 animal shelters operate in the United States and receive 5 million and 7 million companion animals annually” (ASPCA) Pit bull breeds are less likely to get adopted from a shelter. A dogs temperament is indicative of their owner and the care and training they are given. Pit bulls used to be considered the perfect nanny dogs, they are extremely friendly even with strangers because of that nature they were not considered to be good guard dogs.
The majority of the amount of animals that are killed in the wild are because of hunters. Humans usually kill these animals for accessories such as fur, meat, and other body parts. Creatures in the wild are almost always being hunted, whether it’s by a predator or a hunter. Law enforcers have tried to eliminate the amount of hunters by not allowing road building or hunting in certain areas. This definitely helped a lot, but still doesn’t fix the problem with predators.
Logically, we all know that’s not fair; but its an everyday thing. If we could decrease the number of animals in shelters, or strays, that wouldn’t be as big of an issue. Walking down the street you see tons of homeless people holding up signs asking for work, money, food or prayers. When you see this some people feel pain and others tend to look right through it. You see all these people, now multiply that number by 5 and then by the number of countries there are globally.
It’s cruel and inhumane, which is why it has to end right now. If you disagree, you have to ask yourself: “Why not? Why don’t you want to end their suffering? How can you sit there and watch such cruelty?” Making animals test subjects are wrong, no matter what’s its purpose.
Unfortunately Alive Millions of innocent people died in the many years Holocaust of 1933. In 2016, millions of innocent animals die every day during mass slaughter and experimentation as David Sztybel said in "Can the Treatment of Animals be Compared to the Holocaust?". Animals have been treated cruelly ever since the Ancient Greeks and Romans viewed them solely as possessions, but the first humane society against animal cruelty was founded in 1824(animal rights). Soon after, the start of animal testing began and said societies had to intervene. However, their attempts weren 't as successful as they had hoped because animal rights are still being fought for today.
Poor defenseless animals fight for their lives every day to test out products they have no use for. These poor sweet creatures have been taken away their right to live to be caged and mistreated and they can’t do anything but sit there and take it. Day to day, more and more animals are dying at the cruel hands of these scientists. Animal Testing is an act of animal cruelty, because it is inhumane, there are other methods that can be used to avoid harming innocent animals and animals are very different from
Dyeing with dignity should be a right to all. “Dogs do not have many advantages over people, but one of them is extremely important: euthanasia is not forbidden by law in their case; animals have the right to a merciful death.” (Milan Kundera) many people ask why is it allowed to for us to put down our pets when they are in pain but we can’t do it for people. Keeping people alive by machines when they are in pain and can’t move or do anything isn’t living its cruelty.” If I had terminal cancer, I had a few weeks to live, I was in tremendous amount of pain if they just effectively wanted to turn off the switch and legalese that by legalizing euthanasia, I 'd want that(john Key)
Until people are ready to eliminate all forms of animal cruelty-- this includes animals that you would eat. Cows, chickens, ducks, turkeys, and goats. All of these animals are routinely subject to worse fates then those of research animals. Crammed in cages, given hormones to make certain body parts abnormally and painfully large, all before being slaughtered. This is a part of our culture and our society.
The meat industry wants the public to know as little as possible about what goes on with their meat. They give the American public the false idea that their food has been properly cared for its entire life, when in reality the animal was likely given many hormones, lived in a very cramped space and quite possibly never had seen daylight its entire life. Because they try and keep the process a secret, many conditions in the factory could be unsafe. This is why it is vital for slaughterhouses to be more transparent so the conditions are actually safe and people are not just given the falsehood idea that it is. If a light is not shed on what is going on behind closed doors, conditions will only worsen because “most companies would not err on the side of safety without a potentially substantial negative impact on profits” (Simon