Animal Survival In Consider The Lobster By David Foster Wallace

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From the beginning of time there has been a species that always dominate another animal. Even though every living species on this planet is brought into the same way. It doesn’t matter what process it took us to be born. The strange thing is that we are born the same way, but we aren’t all treated equally. We human have split among ourselves from our animal friends. We human consider ourselves the dominant species because we can think, speak, and we have hands with opposable thumbs. Although we 're different from one another those differences create a relationship. Which one we eat is a part of their life. An animal survival in the human world is by befriending a human. The article Animals like Us by Herzog Hal is about human relationships …show more content…
The article starts with a Lobster Festival in Maine. This festival is one of the biggest lobster festivals of the year and where the largest amount of fishes and lobsters are cooked. Lobster can be baked, broiled, steamed, grilled, sautéed, stir-fried, or microwaved. Later in the article the author tells that most people like boiling their lobster. Then the author asks himself do lobster suffer when cook and eaten alive. Do lobster fear of dying. The author talked to PETA, a group of People of the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Many of the members of the organization wouldn’t eat an animal because of their morale. A member of PETA is also part of the Maine Lobster Promotion Council said that the lobsters don’t feel pain because they have no brain and no cerebral cortex which controls their nervous system. Then the member said, “The Lobster… behaves very much as you or I would behave if were plunged into boiling water (with the obvious exception of screaming).”(506 Wallace). This member wanted the author and his reader to understand that what we do to a lobster is a way we would react if we were in the same situation of a lobster. We eat an animal base if the animal, intellectual and express of emotion. When eating an animal we don’t consider that they feel pain or being tortured. If we stop eating animals we can stop obesity and try bondings with all of our animal …show more content…
I am an herbivore and that makes me both a meat and plant eater. I have three dogs and my relationships with my dogs aren’t like a pet or animal related. My dogs and I have a relationship that is very similar to being best friends and parent to child relationship. I love my dogs and consider them as family. I would carry them like a baby no matter if their animals. I would still talk to them, fight, argue, bathe them and feed them. I love my dogs and never would eat them. They are my furry

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