Hundreds of animals are dying everyday, and it can be avoided.
Animal testing in thousands of companies is killing animals every
day. In the essay They Knew But Little , the Kentuckians didn?t
care much about the environment, and today, there are still too
many people that don?t see that animal testing is cruel and unnecessary.
Creative Story: Huck Finn
Setting : A rainy night, Jim and Huck find a cave to stay in for the night.
Jim caught some fish for dinner.
Huck: Gee Jim, dis fish be tastin mighty fine.
Jim: I knows it, I's catched dem fish and cooked it good.
Huck starts choking on a fish bone and Jim gives him the hymlic to get it out.
He gets it out.
My favorite, Beatrix Potters first charming tale of Peter Rabbit. Children around the world love to hear about the adventures of this lovable little rabbit as he sneaks to the forbidden garden of Mr McGregor.
How about the silly antics of Winnie The Pooh by A.A. Milne. Every child adores a romp through...
As someone has noted, animal experimentation is outdated and unnecessary. Medical advances, in fact, can replace animal labs science labs. Animals were created before humans, from Christian perspective; however, God has given people domain over his creatures. Animals are used for testing, as many mistakenly assume, to find medication for diseases. It is worth to remind that HIV positive chimpanzees do not acquire AIDS. Testing on chimpanzees is therefore useless, is not it? Moreover, the vase majority of antibiotics for people and animals are not interchangeable. It means that medication developed in the result of animal experimentation can hardly be used for treating human diseases.
Animals and humans are physically different, it is a scientific fact. Everybody accepts the fact that earth is round, but why scientists reject the fact that medication developed during animal tests cannot be used for humans? Primates, cats, rats, and dogs are the most “popular” animals for “scientific” experiments. Most of the experiments are held without painkillers, while scientists are aware that animals feel pain. A rabbit will even break his back while trying to escape when chemicals are poured into his eyes. Primates, for example, start trembling during testing, just as humans when they are afraid or feel pain.
Peter Rabbit was a figment of the imagination of the very creative Beatrix Potter. The author was born in 1866 in Victorian Kensington London. Her home was large and sumptuous, her family rich. She was raised with several servants, a shy girl who wiled away many hours of every day by herself. Beatrix Potter learned many artistic things from her governess. She taught the writer about music, art, reading and writing. Her only other regular company was her full time nurse. Beatrix Potter had one brother. Bernard, six years her junior was away at boarding school most of the time and Beatrix’s companion only during the summer months.
June, July and August Beatrix Potter and Bernard Potter together relished the outdoors of Scotland’s Lake District, where the family spent its holidays. Bernard and Beatrix ran through woods and fields, chasing wild animals and sometimes catching a few. They drew sketches of their favorite wild creatures living in their natural habitats. From these ideal summer days grew Beatrix Potter’s adoration of wildlife and the natural outdoors. One local influence and adult friend, Canon Rawnsley, vicar of the Scots Lake District, captured her attention with his stories about how tourism and manufacturing can destroy the environment.
Now, let us consider the peculiar features of some perfect animal rights articles.