In the article, “The Last Meow,” by Burkhard Bilger argues that people are spending a lot of money on their pets rather than spending it the right way. It is estimated Americans spend billions of dollars a year on veterinary care.Bilger believes our love affair with our pets and spending on animal has gotten out of control . American spend nearly three times as much as federal government spends on welfare grants.Although pet care is very important , I agree with Bilger that this has gotten out of control because pet owner spent humorous amount of money for their pet unnecessary things, pet owners are giving the life and luxury to their pets and many pets do not get the services some pet’s get.Also,pets are bear more than their natural burden of human love.
For example Goer stated "We through money at two pandas but what about the homeless and poor?" This technique makes the audience question and re-consider if pandas should be brought into Adelaide zoo, and how would it be fair on people who are suffering? Goer has also used this technique to alarm workers that the tax that their giving the government is going to be wasted on two "stupid, unless animals" as Goer referred to. - Humour: Throughout the article Goer has used a sarcastic humour which has actually made his points stronger, because Goer has made a perception that bringing pandas in the Adelaide zoo is that ridiculous its humours. For example "Let 'em eat the cake and thank goodness they don't eat bamboo because we need it for the pandas, they're more important."
Invasive species are said to be one of the most expensive problems being faced by the government. This is why people want the government to stop spending billions of dollars on this management, when it could go towards making more jobs for citizens. Monica Dawson, author of Pythons: 8 Facts about the Exotic Pet That 's Ruining the Florida Everglades, wrote, “What most people do not know is that these Burmese pythons can still cost the government money even when they are not removed by employees of the invasive species management program.” Faine Greenwood, The Global Post noted, “ that it costs over $93,992 every year for the feeding for one Burmese python and continued efforts to decrease the overpopulation of the species would greatly lower the
Pet owners say that they will take care of their pets no matter what. Bilger’s argument is that people’s love for their pets has gone too far. Although Bilger is incorrect because some people use the money to help their pets, he is primarily correct because people spend their money on stuff their pets don’t need and how some pets are forced to endure more than they have to. I concede that bilger is wrong because In “The Last Meow” the Leverings were willing to spend 15,000 dollars on their cat Lady to help her. Shawn Levering said “If Lady comes through this thing alive, I won’t think about it twice.” In other words after the surgery was done and lady was alive and well he would not mind that he spent 15,000 dollars on his cat.
Nowadays debris is an integral part of humanity life. Mankind thinks about how to make the product easier and cheaper to use, but nobody cares what happens with waste after it was used. We contaminate the environment with every decade increasingly: muddied air and water, global warming are an output of human life. The worst thing is that from such attitude other living beings are dying. Millions of animals and birds cannot withstand such environmental changes; their populations become smaller and, eventually, disappear altogether from the face of the earth.
They are so hungry that they ruined someone’s apple orchard. Hibernating is very important to bears. Bears are coming into to towns and cities. It is definitely a big problem because bears are starving and coming to town and cities to find the food they need to hibernate. If they keep starving, they won't be able to hibernate, which means that they will keep coming to towns or cities.
Those animals are there in some cases because they have been harmed, but most cases they are there because they will bring other people money. Saying that its estimated that $17.2 billion was made in 2013 regards to zoos and aquariums(Josephson , Amelia. “The Economics of Zoos.” Smartasset , 25 Sept. 2017,). That was made all out of humans attending these places, these places only do what they do for the money. They aren’t doing it to be close to the animals, or to save them.
Since he left office, there have been many proposals to open the Arctic Refuge coastal plain to oil drilling. They’ve all been denied because of the opposition by the American people, including the Gwich’in Athabascan Indians of Alaska and Canada, indigenous people whose culture has depended on the Porcupine caribou herd for thousands of years. The short-term economic gain is not worth destroying their homes. He said the Arctic Refuge may provide 1 to 2 percent of the oil our country consumes each day. We can easily conserve more than that amount by driving more fuel-efficient vehicles, we should just use our resources more wisely instead.
History The giant panda is a prized animal to the chinese people and the subject of many old legends, as well as being very protected from the expanding world around them. At one time, the giant panda occupied very much of China, but currently the pandas are limited to a number of reserves and forests in central China (Figure 3). An old Chinese legend tells us how the panda got its “tears”. It talks about how a long time ago, “when pandas were white all over,” one panda liked to play with the herd of a “much-loved shepherdess.” One tragic day, a leopards attacked the panda, and the girl tried to save it. In the process of saving and defending the panda, the girl was killed by the leopard.
Cloning is not worth it because it costs $100,000 to clone an animal. Furthermore, “http://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/animal-clones-double-trouble,” states, “It takes about 100 tries to get one embryo to develop inside the mother.” This source indicates that it takes a while for one clone to be made, leading to something not being worthwhile in the long run. On the other hand, those who disagree might say that cloning animals and humans gives us the things we need but don’t already have. The thing is though cloning doesn’t do wonders, but instead makes everything worse. Ultimately, cloning is not worth it.