YES testing animals is animal cruelty
Animal cruelty have negative effects on the animal brain. Animals get scared and become more wary and lonesome. They get scared of humans, and it would seem like a painful life for them. Animal cruelty is not fun. If you see animal cruelty contact the police, and to find out more about helping animals, go to the humane society.
Cruelty is a form of abuse; therefore, there is no difference.There is an interesting article on animal abuse on the following link that ma be helpful in coming to a conclusion in this issue. http://www.vsbwa.org.au/0203_02Abuse.htmlIn Australia what may be referred to as animal abuse in the US is referred to as cruelty to animals then there is the more serious charge known as aggravated cruelty. Cruelty to animals can be things leading from neglect and ignorance while aggravated cruelty would cover deliberately causing harm to an animal. This is a difficult subject and the legality's are handled differently depending on where you are However many developed and educated country's are developing laws that protect animals from both mental abuse and physical cruelty.
Cruelty to animals can come in a variety of forms. Some say that medical testing on animals is cruel; the other side of the debate is that diseases such as polio and smallpox would still be rampant had testing not been done on animals. Some say that killing an animal is cruel, yet organizations back by PETA and the ASPCA euthanize several million animals a year. In the strictest sense, any treatment of an animal that is not necessary for the greater good of humans or is for the enjoyment of the perpetrator would likely be cruelty.
Animal cruelty is not good. Never was, never will be. Animal cruelty is horrible and just think of those poor little animals suffering from abuse. How would YOU like it if somebody locked you up in a cage and beat you with a metal pole? You might even bleed to death. you wouldn't be fed and you would starve. No animal or person wants to be treated like that. hundreds, maybe even thousands of animals die each year because of these awful, horrib
There is just the wild animal protection laws for some rare wild animals in China nowadays, but no federal animal protection laws for animal cruelty. Some regions, like Hong Kong, have local animal cruelty laws that are fairly strict. A new proposed bill, drafted in 2009, regards animal cruelty, and would outlaw several cruel practises.
I would go with Cannibal Holocaust. Wikipedia states that there are 7 killings of real animals for the movie. As well as Platoon, a Vietnam war movie, had some animal cruelty in it as well. Although arguments have been made from it being fake, others say it is real cruelty and the dispute continues.
Well this may sound very inhumane but, i think animal testing is good. If animals arent going to be tested on then who is? We would be tested on. Now dont get me wrong i LOVE animals but we need to test animals even if it kills them. Im sad that it is that way but i think it is the right thing sadley....
Many people may think, a dog or cat is an animal, and animals are stupid and aren't worth it.. But this is wrong, the benefits of stopping animal cruelty are that you're not only ending some poor animals hardship but also giving them a life worth living. And an animal is a living thing they can feel pain, loneliness, depression and anger they know what it is. So if you saw a dog in the street being beaten with a leather belt and it was yelping and yowling would you still ask in any doubt, what are the benefits of decreasing animal cruelty? Iona
Yes, Fur coats is animal cruelty unless the animals are already dead. But usually people lay traps and when they have an animal they want, they would either beat them, strangle them, poison, or even electrocute them just to get their fur. Up to 50% of trapped animals are 'useless animals' including domestic cats and dogs. 1 to 4 captured animals escape by chewing his or her leg or paw off, dying by loss of blood , infection or predators. Conclusion: Fur coats is Animal Cruelty unless they die naturally, most of the time they die because of us humans.
No. Rights come with responsibilities. You have them, I have them, everybody has them. I think that lately the rights have been going down and the responsibilities up, though! An animal can have no responsibilities, so handing them rights would in fact elevate them above us in the scheme of things. We would have to "pay" for what they get for free. That doesn't mean that being a bad steward is acceptable. Undue cruelty is wrong. But we have dominion over them, which means it is moral for us to put them to reasonable use. If we eat an animal that would otherwise never have existed at all, at least it had a life first. Same with medical testing. Anything not tested on an animal first, is obviously, then, tested on a person first. Absolutely unacceptable! Some like to pretend that they can "test" things in a test tube (maybe someday!) but that still leaves the fact that anything not first tested on an animal, is first tested on a human.
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