A puppy mill is a dirty, trashy place where several dogs are bred and kept in deplorable conditions and suffer from abuse in many ways; therefore, I think they should not be legal. These poor animals are bred until death, locked in tiny cages their whole lives, and have many physical defects. These mills are awful places that no living thing should have to endure. Puppy mills are extremely over-populated. This is because the dogs are bred from the time they are old enough, to the time they die.
Many people think that the animals there are all abused and emaciated, but they aren’t. There are many healthy animals in shelters. Finally, a good reason to adopt rather than buy is that you won't be supporting puppy mills. Puppy mills are "factory style" dog-breeding facilities that put profit above the welfare of dogs. Most dogs raised in puppy mills are housed in shockingly poor conditions with improper medical care, and the parents of the puppies are kept in cages to be bred over and over for years, without human companionship and with little hope of ever joining a family.
Animals are counting on compassionate people to take action and save them. More than sixteen billion animals are killed for food everyday in the United States. They are neglected, mutilated, genetically manipulated, and killed in gruesome and violent ways. Cows, calves, pigs, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, and other animals live in extremely stressful conditions. They
Sexton states facts about how much kittens are birthed a year in the U.S. Companion pets such as dogs and cats have to be euthanized because they are unwanted. “Private owned agencies and taxpayers were paying billions of dollars a year for catching, feeding and caring for these unwanted animals.” (Sexton, J. (2011)). The issue is that “Pet overpopulation is both a social and financial problem. And issue is that the available animals in a shelter do not meet the desired criteria of the potential adopters.” (Sexton, J.
Stated in the book, The Jungle, based on real events, a young boy is left in a factory overnight and is eaten by rats. This horrific event is graphic yet shines light on the harsh reality of life for a factory worker of yesteryear. Workers would often fall ill to the unsanitary working conditions yet would still come to work yet to infect even more workers, practically making the factory a biohazard. Workers lived in poverty dispute their long work hours and many children developed mental or physical defects due to these horrible conditions. Needless to say, the life of these factory works were far from easy.
As Kristine Crawford states in her essay Knockout Dog Fights “In the long run it is a no win situation for the dogs” (Bay Woof Magazine. They have been selected and required to live lives of violence and suffering. They live lives of brutality and unspeakable abuse at the hands of the ones whose raise
There are many examples of Christopher making wrong conclusions which therefore leads him into a pile of trouble. Early in the novel, Mark Haddon tells us about Christopher, and how he can’t understand emotions because of Asperger syndrome. This is proven when Christopher finds a dog dead in front of his neighbour’s house; Mrs Shears house. The dog had a garden fork stabbed in it. Christopher wanted to investigate this horrible incident further, after coming to the point of realisation Christopher hugged the dog and pulled the fork out.
Behind it was a mirror” (Martel 39). People are known to be unkind to animals in zoos where even on accident, many animals die every year from consumption of unsuitable objects. However, there is also a more meaningful side to this topic. Humans act just as relentless as animals when they are pushed to the edge of survival. This is seen in the final chapter of the book on Pi’s second account of what occurred on the life boat.
Slaughterhouse and Factory Farm Cruelty and Neglect Animal cruelty may be defined as “deliberate abuse or simply failure to take care of an animal.” “It is where people do not provide adequate care for animals in their charge.” (animal neglect law and legal definition). Common slaughterhouse and factory farm methods include both animal cruelty and neglect. sixteen billion animals are killed every year to meet the demand for animal products when at the same time, domesticated pets treated with the same manner as those in slaughterhouses and factory farms result in animal cruelty charges to the owners (cruelty to animals). Protective animal laws of livestock animals are different from those of domesticated pets. A factory farm is a large-scale industrial operation, housing hundreds or thousands of livestock animals, such as chickens, cows, and pigs, in extremely crowded conditions and treats them as inanimate economic commodities (what is a factory farm).
They are debeaked or a third of their beak is amputated with a heated blade. Having so much pain some are unable to eat and end up starving to death. Birds are kept in mobile wire pens and cages that are too narrow to turn in or spread their wings, which can lead to pecking problems and the killing of one another. Decomposed birds are found with the living. When taken out of cages their bones are so fragile they tend to break.