Animals Need More Rights And Care Strayer Unversity Stance

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Animal Needs More Rights and Care
Kaila M. Kindle
ENG 115- English Composition
Professor Dr. Ronnie Davis
December 7, 2018
When you look at that nice cooked meat on your plate, do you ever wonder how that meat was handled before it came your dinner?
Federal Laws need to become, stricter on the way animals are taken care of because they deserve a better way of live, unhealthy living scenarios, and people are unaware on how the animals were treated before slaughter.
they deserve a better way of live
Everyone, an animal is equal, at least be equal. Just like humans, animals feel emotions, loved and wanted. Mistreatment maybe caused on how they live. If they are raised to be eaten, does not mean they should be treated that way. Animals are a part of the humankind lifestyle, whether we like or not. Every family and farm have animals that they care for and they're treated like one of the family members. Every animal should be treated like they're apart of the family no matter the animal.
unhealthy living scenarios
For instants, chickens have battery cages, which makes them have unnatural behaviors. That is not a healthy living arrangement and should never be consider one. The poor animals sit, stand and live in their own urine bowel moments, which is very unsanitary. Would you like to live like that? Without animals, we would not be able to survive. would you prefer clean and healthy meat or meat that mistaken care of? I know I would not, like meat that was not prope...


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