In the story of the Evil of Animal “Rights”, the writer tells us that animals are being test every day which causes death to most of them. He says that it is not a right to kill animals. Then, he gives so many evidences to prove using testing animals are extinct. I think, using animals for testing give us new vaccine which makes our lives better. Without animals for testing, where would our lives be going?
It is impossible to know the exact number as in the United States of America where the majority of the experiments are happening it is not required by law to report how many birds, reptiles, cats or dogs are used. Animals that are unfortunate enough that they end up having a short life as 50% of the animals will die within 3 weeks of an experiment. Many labs end up shocking, burning, torturing or starving animals without pain relief, an example of this is baby mice enduring severed ligaments for up to 6 weeks without pain relief. One of the things with animal testing is that it is not tested on humans so the reaction to human could be different to an animal. In my eyes this method is unreliable and inefficient.
The states need to come up with strict laws that will cut numbers of animal abuse. The animals in the factories are getting treated terribly. “They call their revolution (animal rights), but the changes PETA has won for farmed animals, while numerous, are not victories for animal rights so much as for animal welfare: fewer animals per cage, better-regulated slaughter, less-cramped transport, and the like”(Unknown author). PETA stands up for animal welfare and want to raise awareness so they can pass new laws on how the animals are treated inside
When taken out of cages their bones are so fragile they tend to break. Male chicks are no value to the industry so they are killed at birth. Hens cages are stacked in rows on top of each other so thousands of birds can be housed together with approximately five to eleven birds in each cage. Their is not much human contact, Birds fall out of cages, get stuck between them and end up dying from having no access to food or water. With waste accumulating, ammonia can cause burns to the animals skin, eyes and respiratory tracts.
Darryl Phillips Mr. Leggett English 4 28 April 17 Behind the Scenes In Animal Testing Animal experimentation is a serious issue that many people oppose, whereas others try to justify the inhumanity behind it. Because of the controversy surrounding this topic, it has caused much frustration in companies and labs that test their products on animals. There are currently many organizations such as PETA (People for the Ethical Treatments of Animals) and IAAPEA (International Association Against Painful Experiments On Animals) that oppose animal testing and try to resolve this issue by providing people with knowledgeable information about what is really happening to these animals. Over one-hundred million animals die in labs worldwide every
Vivi-section violates animal freedom. And since animals cannot volunteer themselves, they are chosen for scientific purposes with no voice in the matter whatsoever. If us humans go swimming we have to sign waivers but these poor animals are being signed up for torture, which will lead to their inevitable death with no say in the matter. Vivi-section is used for scientific purposes, for finding cures that benefit the human population, sure a few animals will be saved using these cures but in the end it’s the human population that benefits more from the deaths of these helpless animals.
At least 5 billion US tax dollars are poured into animal experiments every year. Rabbits are routinely blinded by having various products forced into their eyes. Although the test does not guarantee human safety, it protects companies from potential lawsuits by their consumers. Laying hens are usually kept five or six to a fourteen inch square cage, and as many as 20% die of stress or disease from these living conditions. Of the ten million cows kept for milk in the US, at least five million live on factory farms in conditions that cause tremendous suffering to the animals.
This is a very excruciate form of animal abuse, and is one of the worst known to man. Stopping animal abuse such as puppy mills will help a lot of animals in need and here are some reasons how: Refusing to buy dogs that are shipped from puppy mills. Most of those dogs that had been shipped from puppy mills would be ill with a disease. A lot of the dogs that are trapped together in a small area carry diseases and pass it on to other dogs. With no taking car of these poor dogs have no choice to have what’s coming, and to help them you would have to see the dog to get them.
Introduction: I know you have all read the back of a soap bottle once, and on the back it said "Was not animal tested." What about the products that have been tested on animals. “Stop Animal Experimentation” An original oratory by (name) Let me start us off with a quote: “The time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look upon the murder of men.”----Leonardo Da Vinci. Animal experimentation is such a harsh thing. Many people are unaware as to what goes on in animal testing.
Factory farms across America abuse their animals and force the animals to live in the most horrible conditions. Factory farming is inhumane and should be banned nationwide because it violates current laws, it will prevent animal abuse and stop diseases from occurring. There are countless videos showing the truth behind factory farming and you can see with your own eyes how these factory farms violate laws set by the Board of Animal Health. One example of a violation is that when the animal is actually killed, it must not be able to feel it. Cows are usually hit in the head with a air compressed steel rod and chickens are dipped in a electric water bath that usually renders them unconscious.