Every year, millions of mice, dogs, cats, rabbits, monkeys, birds and other innocent animals endure physical and verbal abuse in labatories for animal medical research and experimentation. Their rights and freedom are seized, they weaken in pain as well as being carelessly handled to have unfamiliar products tested on them. These occurrences could well and truly lead to animal cruelty.
Firstly, animals’ rights and freedom are breached when they are used in research. Any animal should receive respectful treatment. Animals and people are alike in many ways; both think, feel, behave and experience pain. Therefore animals should be treated with the same respect as humans. Yet animals’ freedom are ruptured because they are not given a choice. These defenceless creatures are put through tests or experimentations that cause permanent damage or death and are never given the option not to be involved in the process. For example, mice are often carelessly handled and are forced down onto surfaces while having vital injections and poisons released into their delicate bodies. The end results aren’t always pleasant. Animals do not sacrifice themselves by will just for the sake of humankind.
Next, the agonizing pain and suffering that animals are involved in is not worth any advantages to humans. Animal pain is an unpleasant and emotional experience. It ascends to a specific part of the body and causes extreme damage. Animals feel pain much more than humans do. When animals are used for labatory research or toxic testing, they are encountered to painful and often deadly experiments. Products or substances being tested are frequently placed in the eyes of an animal. Even though people do monitor the animal for damage, intense pain is caused for the animal. Blindness, scarring and death are generally the results at the end.
Furthermore, the testing of products on animals is completely unnecessary because practical alternatives are available. According to research, many...
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