“This intensive confinement produces stress- and boredom-related behavior, such as chewing on cage bars and obsessively pressing against water bottles.” (Pigs: Intelligent Animals Suffering in Farms and Slaughterhouses) The quality of a pig’s life is absolutely disgusting. Consumers need to put down the bacon and just open up their eyes. In reality, “Piglets are prone to stress-related behavior such as cannibalism and tail-biting, so farmers often chop off piglets’ tails and use pliers to break off the ends of their teeth—without giving them any painkillers.” (Pigs: Intelligent Animals Suffering in Farms and Slaughterhouses) This is why the the real price of bacon is so much more than just $4.95 at the nearest grocery
It also impacted the brutality of the event, by signifying that the reality of the Holocaust is too harsh. Furthermore, the cat, mouse and dog metaphors created greater depth into how the Jews lived, and were reduced to animal-like instincts in order to survive. The Nazis controlled one of the most outrageous and cruel events in history known to this day. Led by Adolf Hitler, this detrimental ritual known as the final solution included punishing, and ultimately killing anyone who differentiated from the rest of Germany, these included gypsies, gay people and Jews. This inhuman conduct shown by the Nazis clearly resembles animal behaviour, therefore it was immensely relatable to represent them as predatory cats.
Countless forms of abuse and neglect on factory farms are experienced and endured by these creatures every day in order for us to have access to our favorite products. Animal cruelty in labs and filthy living conditions on factory farms violate an animal’s quality of life and also negatively affects the food we consume in such a way that is harmful to humans. Animal cruelty on factory farms is inhumane, degrading, and just plain crude. The way that animals are raised and treated before being slaughtered affects the food that we yield from them. For instance, animals are held in such cramped and unsanitary living conditions that almost all of them contract diseases from swimming in their own feces or excrement and breathing in harmful chemicals.
Whether it is the site of a puppy howling for the first time or cats getting stuck inside boxes, they are just adorable. The sad thing is that countless animals are being experimented on and the either killed or kept in captivity. These animals are being killed because the testing is too harmful or something goes wrong with the animal (such as blindness or failure of lungs/heart) that the labs just kill them immediately and bring in the next animal to be tested on. Examples of the harshness animals go through in an experiment is force feedings, repeated surgeries on unhealed wounds, implanted wires in brains, crushing of the spines, and so much more. If the animal is lucky enough to survive, they are either placed in some of the cruelest conditions or even released into the wild.
For example, neavs said, “if a researcher uses a paralyzing agent on an animal but does not monitor vital signs to make sure she/he is adequately anesthetized, there is a great chance that the animal is actually experiencing pain but unable to move.” Sadly, researchers often lack the training and sensitivity needed for proper animal testing and it’s taken out on the animals. Animal testing is cruel and inhumane and the harm and suffering needs to be put to an
Sooner or later Jurgis would become aware of the horrible factory conditions that exploited the workers. He later became a victim himself. Jurgis witnessed the lack of sanitation. Such as: diseased animals mixed with the rest, rats crawling all over the meat, often the factories would hire extra staff just to keep pay down, and finally the incident that I find the most disgusting to happen is people falling into the meat chutes and everybody ignored it and left the people to be packaged like any other ground meat. The family was tricked into faulty business deals which forced everyone in the family to work.
In Animal Farm by George Orwell life for all animals but pigs becomes brutal; the pigs kill dissenting animals, stand on two legs, drink alcohol, and move into Mr. Jones’s house, and in the Russian Revolution, people were unequal unless they were in Stalin’s favor. Napoleon and Stalin were similar because they both forced their ideas onto other people. Both Napoleon and Stalin starved their lower companions and used this to force them to do what they want them to do. Stalin forced industrialization on the people and Napoleon forced industrialization on the animals by having them constantly rebuilding the windmill. Stalin and Napoleon also removed their competition by force, Stalin tricked Trotsky into not going to Lenin 's funeral, so Stalin
( it also affects the conditions in which they are raised, and keeping them on so-called fur farms is cruel). The closest comparison would be to the meat farms; fur animals purposely born and die on these hells on earth. Some of these innocent animals may have never left their cages; such conditions harm animals not only physically, but psychologically as well as–in particular they suffer from stress and nervousness. Up to eighty animals can be killed per fur coat depending on size; could you imagine how many animals are being tortured through inappropriate living conditions every day? This is not right and something must be done!
Clarence Manning wrote, ”They even in places took specimens of fecal matter from the toilets in an effort to learn by analysis whether the peasants has stolen government property and were eating grain” (document J). Manning said, describing the extent an official would go through in order to enforce the laws. The Ukraine government used their power to enforce these law in a excessive way. They invaded homes and stole everything the local had. Tatiana Pawlichka testified to the United States Ukraine Famine Commission remembering when she saw “All the train stations were overflowing with starving, dying people” (document B).
Even though it would be very reasonable to get rid of animal cruelty, it wouldn’t only indicate the banning of animal testing, but also the preventing of the production of clothing and the provision of food such as the meat of an animal Even though there are many reasons for claiming animal testing to be wrong, scientists don’t stop to use animals for medicines and scientific research. Moreover, big companies also use animals to test for cosmetics. Furthermore, it could be stated that using animals for cosmetics is ‘more’ morally wrong than using them for scientific research and testing of new medicines, due to the fact that cosmetics aren’t necessary for our living and well-being. So when arguing about animal testing, it could be considered that there are two
And are constantly being demoralize and raped for a product. According to the Animal Welfare Act (AWA), which is the federal group that supervises the uses of animals in America stated "When used in this act, the term "animal" ... excludes farm animals, such as, but not limited to, livestock and poultry used or intended for use as food ..." Meaning that the animals that we are eating are not even being recognized as animals under the law they are consider to be less. Which is why the slaughtering of animals has been the longest going holocaust. Every year in America we murder ten billion land animals and eighteen billion marine animals. Yet, for some reason this is something people are still turning a blind eye too.