Why are the humans killing the innocent animals! Don’t the animals also have equal rights as much as anyone else on this planet!
Animals are victims of cruelty inflicted on them by the Humans. The poor animals who wag their tails showing happiness at whosoever that touches them, are killed sometimes by those very hands. Sample this:- The inhuman treatment meted out to animals that are used for laboratory experiment is to say the least- very shocking. They are locked inside very sinister looking cold cages and left to wait for the cruel, painful procedures, sometimes without water for hours and also no food. The fear, boredom and often over-crowding leads them to neurotic behavior noticed in most of the species. They then, cower in fear every time a human being passes their cage.Imagine the rats, rabbits, monkeys, hens, goats, cows looking at you in fear. It’s as if they are pleading “spare my life.” There are sometimes tears in their eyes.
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Multitudinous number of rats, mice, birds, reptiles and other cold blooded animals are blinded, poisoned or killed by Science bodies, Corporations whilst conducting research or test on chemical products. Strangely though, the same happens in the course of biology lessons.Mr Jerod M. Loeb et al.the very famous scientist in his essay takes the following position in “Human vs. Animal Rights: In Defense of Animal Research” that animal research is necessary to develop effective treatments for diseases that not only affect humans, but animals as well. Tom Regan and colleagues, on the other hand, believe that animal research is unethical and that it shows a lack of respect for the inherent value of an animal. Yet, products made after harming these quiet (souls)animals are marketed and sold by both, private as well as Government agencies. Mr Jerod’s argument is furthered by his distinction of hurting and harming. He claims that reducing the suffering an animal endures during research doesn’t mean that the animal is not being harmed. He defines harming as reducing the welfare of the individual. This ties in directly to his discussion of inherent value in that he views inherent value as being possessed by the individual. The basis of his argument is that if we viewed animals as individuals possessing inherent value, animal research would not continue.I think animals do have some values and the time is ripe for people to protest. I, in my personal capacity definitely protest this grossly unfair practice of killing animals. I also protest against schools conducting animal dissections. I condemn those organizations and agencies that provide funds to such animal killing experiment centres. Please join me in condemning animal killing. STOP KILLING ANIMALS. THEY ONLY KNOW LOVE! SHARE LOVE!