Cruelty to Animals

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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS

Animals are one of the greatest wonders in the world. Farming and hunting is both equally increasing day by day. Therefore animal population is gradually decreasing and rare kinds of species have already vanished from our world. There many cruelties towards animals such as, animal testing for scientific researches, whaling, for entertainment purposes and etc. One of the major cruelties which really affect on animals is ‘Fur farming’. This is gradually increased in numbers in the twenty-first century. Therefore will there be any animals which is currently use for fur farming? First of all what is meant by fur farming? It is the practice of breeding or raising certain types of animals for their fur. Ahead hearing the word ‘Farm’ most people get a picture in their mind of green hills, red barns, bunch of animals lazing in the sun. But life on a fur farm is nothing but the death. Especially for the foxes and minks and other animals killed for ranches each year. About 26 million are minks and 4.5 million are foxes. In addition 250,000 Chinchillas, 150,000 sables, another 100,000 racoondogs and some small number of bob cats, tigers, and bears are killed each year. Having examined “Man’s best friends” dogs and cats are killed for fur. PETA’S (People for ethical treatment for animals) recent investigation shows that, Chinese dog and cat fur trade revealed, what the industry is so desperate to hide. Millions of dogs and cats in China are hanged, bled to death and strangled with wire hoses, so that their fur can be turned into trim and trinkets. It is important to recognize that nearly two centuries, “Britain’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) has waged a war on black bears, supporting financially the slaughter of hundred of these animals in Canada and using their pelts to make head pieces for the Queen’s guard” [www.mercyforanimals.org – (2011/03/17)] Consequently in fur farming above mentioned animals spend their entire lives stacked on top of one another...
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