Argumentative Essay On Animal Cruelty

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Animal Cruelty
Animal cruelty continues to increase each passing day. There are many laws in the United states which allow animals to be drowned, shocked, burned, poisoned, starved, isolated, and brain damaged. Many people agree on using Animal experimentation, which has saved many lives. and contributed to many life-saving cures and treatments. This paper will help the reader understand if animal cruelty shall continue to exist for human benefits, or if it should end, and these living creatures should have a chance to live there full lives like us. Many Studies show over fifty billion chickens are now being slaughtered every year. And more than 100 million animals are used for testing cosmetics. Many researchers believe animals should be
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Paul Frankel author of Why Animal Experimentation Matters says “Without animal experimentation, many of the most important advances in modern medicine would never have occurred.”(pg 2) Most treatments, and cures we have today wouldn’t have existed without animal experimentation. The California Biomedical Research Association states that nearly every medical breakthrough in the last 100 years has resulted directly from research using animals. If we stop experimenting on animals many scientists won’t be able to work on new cures, and diseases. Jack H. Botting a pharmacist 's and advocate of informing the public about the important role of animals in research says “Experiments using animals have played a crucial role in the development of modern medical treatments, and they will continue to be necessary as researchers seek to alleviate existing ailments and respond to the emergence of new disease.” (pg 79 Animal Experimentation) According to the video I cited below “Is Animal Testing Necessary” Dr. Michael Conn Says “People live longer and healthier than ever before because of animals experimentation.” Many of the meat products we eat come from food industries that abuse animals, and many have faced charges like Tyson Foods inc, where the supreme court held a class-action suit against them due to employees abusing the animals. Throughout the years many animal procedures have been improved with better conditions The Humane society of the United States and other organizations are pushing for laws which increase space for caged laying hens, and stop using forced molting at the facilities that produce their eggs. (pg 5

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