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  • Animal Cruelty: The Four Forms Of Animal Abuse

    Sarah Juffer Bakle Honors English 9 9/25/17 Animal Cruelty It has been estimated that there are 900 to 2,000 new cases of animal hoarding every year in the United States alone, leaving at least 250,000 animals falling victim( This is just one of the many forms of abuse that owners inflict on their pets. The social issue of pet abuse occurs across the U.S. each year. The two main forms of abuse are neglect and intentional cruelty. Neglect is when an owner fails to provide a…

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  • Animal Shelter And Animal Welfare Summary

    “Animal Shelters and Animal Welfare: Raising the Bar.” By Patricia Turner (Professor in animal services); Jim Berry (Veterinarian); and Shelagh MacDonald (Federation of Humane Societies) discusses the ongoing crisis of animal overpopulation of shelters effecting Animal Welfare. Turner, Berry, and Macdonald make valid arguments with facts and research to back them up throughout the article. The authors state there are eight million animals entered into shelters yearly in the United States, out of…

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  • Circus Animals Research Paper

    When tigers are in captivity there mental wellbeing will be affected majorly. For example when an animal is captive and it starts pacing back and forth, it is known as a repetitive locomotion stereotype.(8) Another thing animals do when in captivity is sham chewing it’s where they start chewing at random times when in the absence of food.(8) Animals in captivity will get stressed and depressed.(8) There are some good reasons that tigers should be in captivity but most are…

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  • Animal Welfare And Animal Rights

    What makes animals different to humans internally? All animals have a heart and so do humans, animals have a brain and so do humans then, why don’t animals have the same rights as humans? Animal rights is defined as rights believed to belong to animals to live free from humans using animals for their own benefit. I believe animal rights is also how the animal should be treated. Animal welfare is how well the animals should be treated. Michael C. Appleby explains animal welfare as, “Ethical…

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  • Animal Farm Analysis

    “Animal Farm” is an allegorical novel written by George Orwell that serves as a manifestation of his hatred upon totalitarian dictatorship. This book is about an animal rebellion that can be related back to real-life events that followed the Russian Revolution of 1917 in the Soviet Union. The Manor farm was the place where the rebellion took place and Mr. Jones, a drunk who did not take any responsibilities of his animals thus causing the animals to fight for food and the freedom, was the owner…

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  • Greed In Animal Farm

    Animal Farm was written by George Orwell and published in 1999 by Transaction Publishers. This novel takes place on Manor Farm in England. The animals on the farm revolt against the farmer because of his cruel and unfair treatment. They set out to develop their own society free of human rule where every animal is treated equally, they called it Animal Farm. At first, life on Animal Farm is everything they dreamed about, but eventually the society they create falls apart and life seems as it as…

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  • Importance Of Animal Neglect

    Animal neglect is disgustingly abundant nowadays simply because people buy an animal from the pet store that they find appealing, maybe even a parent getting his child a simple fish as an “easy” pet to keep. Let’s say they bought a goldfish and just plopped it into a fishbowl, a few years later they lose interest in it and begin to stop feeding it and cleaning its fishbowl. Some people may also buy an exotic animal like a wolf because they’re “cool” they will just end up caging it or restraining…

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  • Animal Testing Vs Animal Research

    Animals vs Research Many believe that animals should be used for testing because it helps humans get more information about many diseases and conditions many humans are in. Is animal testing really worth all the pain that the animals have to go through for humanities benefit. Is animal pain and suffering truly different than a humans? Animal life is just like humans, we both breathe oxygen, we both love excitement, and we both can love unconditionally. As the saying goes, “A dog is a mans…

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  • Animal Testing Is A Form Of Animal Abuse

    Animal testing is a form of animal abuse conducted by our society, though morally wrong this practice is still prevalent today. This is a hard custom to understand as animals are poor test subjects, tested inhumanly, lead to misleading results, while there are alternatives to animal experimenting that do not cause the loss of a life. This practice causes pain and suffering to animals, thus it is believed that animals should not be used as testing subjects. Millions of animals are used as…

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  • Should Animals Be Used For Animal Testing

    The number one animal that is tested on for research is the guinea pig, with a close second being rabbits. Many other animals are used for research, in total there is about 1,134,693 animals that are tested on yearly. There has been many advances in medicine over the years except for the fact that animals are still used as testing subjects. Animal testing is a very unethical and terrible thing to do on another living creature. Animals are suppose to obtain love and happiness from humans, but…

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