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Laura asks…

Does anyone think Animal cruelty is wrong, and if so, what are you doing about it?

I have found that many people actually don’t care about animals, and so I wanted to know your opinion. I’m not just talking about pet animal cruelty, but even things like circuses. I did a little bit of research on the internet on things and this is what I found:

(Note: This is actually a real life scenario!):

Behind the scenes, elephant trainer Tim Frisco instructs would-be trainers how to dominate elephants and make them perform circus tricks. “Sink that hook into ’em. When you hear that screaming, then you know you got their attention.” An elephant trumpets in agony as Frisco’s bullhook, with its sharp metal hook and spiked end, tears through her sensitive skin. Frisco, a Carson & Barnes elephant trainer, learned the trade from his father, a former trainer for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The fact is, animals do not naturally ride bicycles, stand on their heads, balance on balls, or jump through rings of fire. To force them to perform these confusing and physically uncomfortable tricks, trainers use whips, tight collars, muzzles, electric prods, bullhooks, and other painful tools of the trade.

It is said that over 70 million animals are tortured and KILLED in US laboratories each year. Rabbits are routinely blinded in a process named the ‘Draize’ test. The Draize test protects companies from potential lawsuits, and does not necessarily protect or guarantee human safety. Purchasing cosmetics from companies who specify no animal testing is one small step that can be taken to prevent animal cruelty. The medical research field also take part in animal experimentation.

Approximately 4 million animals are used in research each year in Australia alone. It has been estimated that at least twenty to thirty animals die in laboratories each SECOND worldwide.

What do you think of these statistics? Do you think it is wrong for people to do this? What do you think people should do to help prevent animal cruelty?

Also, the reason I put this question into this category is because if I put it into something like ‘pets’ I’d just get answers from animal lovers. I want to know everybody’s opinion. What do you think?

jennmill answers:

Me, personally I do a lot.
I don’t eat animals & refuse to buy anything that has been made with animal by-products.
I boycott circus’
I cannot tolerate some peoples idea of entertainment & have been physically removed from the stands, after making my feelings clear.
Being thrown out of the big-top ( 3 times, to date ) is my greatest achievement.
They make money exploiting animals & insist they know nothing else….. ( & Councils, farmers etc make money hiring out their land )
I say rubbish.
They could pick up litter, a much more worthwhile vocation than abusing animals!

As for animal experimentation, don’t get me started.
That’s exactly why I joined Animal Aid.
To pressure the government to change their antique laws regarding medicinal animal testing.
They must change the Law.
There are other alternatives to the wanton pain & suffering of the countless rabbits, mice, guinea pigs & dogs, used & abused for the drugs/cosmetics industry
Why can’t they test drugs etc on prisoners in exchange for their crimes?
There are always alternatives.

Daniel asks…

Does anyone think Animal cruelty is wrong, and if so, what are you doing about it?

I have found that many people actually don’t care about animals, and so I wanted to know your opinion. I’m not just talking about pet animal cruelty, but even things like circuses. I did a little bit of research on the internet on things and this is what I found:

(Note: This is actually a real life scenario!):

Behind the scenes, elephant trainer Tim Frisco instructs would-be trainers how to dominate elephants and make them perform circus tricks. “Sink that hook into ’em. When you hear that screaming, then you know you got their attention.” An elephant trumpets in agony as Frisco’s bullhook, with its sharp metal hook and spiked end, tears through her sensitive skin. Frisco, a Carson & Barnes elephant trainer, learned the trade from his father, a former trainer for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The fact is, animals do not naturally ride bicycles, stand on their heads, balance on balls, or jump through rings of fire. To force them to perform these confusing and physically uncomfortable tricks, trainers use whips, tight collars, muzzles, electric prods, bullhooks, and other painful tools of the trade.

It is said that over 70 million animals are tortured and killed in US laboratories each year. Rabbits are routinely blinded in a process named the ‘Draize’ test. The Draize test protects companies from potential lawsuits, and does not necessarily protect or guarantee human safety. Purchasing cosmetics from companies who specify no animal testing is one small step that can be taken to prevent animal cruelty. The medical research field also take part in animal experimentation.

Approximately 4 million animals are used in research each year in Australia alone. It has been estimated that at least twenty to thirty animals die in laboratories each second worldwide.

What do you think of these statistics? Do you think it is wrong for people to do this? What do you think people should do to help prevent animal cruelty?

Also, the reason I put this question into this category is because if I put it into something like ‘pets’ I’d just get answers from animal lovers. I want to know everybody’s opinion. What do you think?

jennmill answers:

Animal cruelty is sooooooooo wrong.
I attend many animal cruelty rallies/ march
that provide awareness of whats going on + it annoys the “big guys” so they can see we want change. But if you dont have any where you live theres really nothing you can do to change this alone. But by being aware about it you can buy cloths strictly made from anything other than animals. Become a vegan(that makes you feel really good about yourself)
Join animal cruelty awareness programs, or just aknowledge friends and family “spreading the word”
which tend to effect people.
Hope this helps.

Joseph asks…

Does anyone think Animal cruelty is wrong, and if so, what are you doing about it?

I have found that many people actually don’t care about animals, and so I wanted to know your opinion. I’m not just talking about pet animal cruelty, but even things like circuses. I did a little bit of research on the internet on things and this is what I found:

(Note: This is actually a real life scenario!):

Behind the scenes, elephant trainer Tim Frisco instructs would-be trainers how to dominate elephants and make them perform circus tricks. “Sink that hook into ’em. When you hear that screaming, then you know you got their attention.” An elephant trumpets in agony as Frisco’s bullhook, with its sharp metal hook and spiked end, tears through her sensitive skin. Frisco, a Carson & Barnes elephant trainer, learned the trade from his father, a former trainer for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The fact is, animals do not naturally ride bicycles, stand on their heads, balance on balls, or jump through rings of fire. To force them to perform these confusing and physically uncomfortable tricks, trainers use whips, tight collars, muzzles, electric prods, bullhooks, and other painful tools of the trade.

It is said that over 70 million animals are tortured and KILLED in US laboratories each year. Rabbits are routinely blinded in a process named the ‘Draize’ test. The Draize test protects companies from potential lawsuits, and does not necessarily protect or guarantee human safety. Purchasing cosmetics from companies who specify no animal testing is one small step that can be taken to prevent animal cruelty. The medical research field also take part in animal experimentation.

Approximately 4 million animals are used in research each year in Australia alone. It has been estimated that at least twenty to thirty animals die in laboratories each SECOND worldwide.

What do you think of these statistics? Do you think it is wrong for people to do this? What do you think people should do to help prevent animal cruelty?

Also, the reason I put this question into this category is because if I put it into something like ‘pets’ I’d just get answers from animal lovers. I want to know everybody’s opinion. What do you think?

can I just clarify with the animal testing part, that’s not for cures of cancers, but for cosmetics/makeup and shampoo!

jennmill answers:

People are cruel mother fckers. What do you expect? They dont think about anyone’s pain but themselves. They view animals as lower class than we do. Otherwise, why would they do it? There are some people in the world trying to fight these issues everyday but unfortunately there arent enough of them

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