Amanda, Jade, Marcelo, and Tennessee
Animal Rights (n): an idea that all animals are entitled to the ability to be free from being held in captivity, hunted, used for medical research.
We chose this subject to look into the meaning of animal rights and organizations that claim to help animals and their methods on assisting animals by sparing them from being put down, hunted, or eaten. However, the main focus on this subject is domestic animals.
We were interested in organizations such as PETA and ASPCA and what methods they use to demonstrate their position on Animal Rights. For instance, we discovered that puppies raised in puppy mills are most likely to contract diseases, dogs from mills are sold to big corporations (e.g. PetCo) and and female dog are forced to submit breeding and giving birth to pups.
This passage demonstrates the purpose of pets of the homeless population and why destitute individuals deserve to have the right to own pets just as much as we do.
Specific on laws, regulations, and organizations on animal rights that have heavy influence on public opinion on these laws and regulations.
This passage explains how animals have rights in result of the human relationship with animals. We’ve had a relationship with animals since the beginning. Throughout our history together, domestic animals have been loyal to us since which is why we feel the need to give them rights to protect from cruelty and allow them to be spared from suffering.
The artist’s statement about his work on the movie poster.
Sources found here.