3 Animals Tips from Someone With Experience

Animals Have Rights, Too

Animals kill for food, but some men kill just for the pleasure of it.

In ages past, men and beasts intermingled freely. But as civilization began moving farther outward, conflicts became inevitable and troubles began. The lion and the lamb are friends no more but sworn enemies.

Any harm done to another is a bad thing and no excuse is acceptable. All the religions teach that God loves all His creatures and wants them to live in harmony. A basic Hindu teaching declares that everything and everyone, even animals are parts of the One Supreme Being, and that all men and animals are brothers.

Simply by observing animals, we come to realize their affinity with us, humans. Animals feel pain and joy, they can be happy, but they also cry when they hurt, they also love and care for their family and loves them just like we do ours. As fellow-creatures of the same God-Father, animals are our brothers and we men are morally bound to respect their animal rights. But we don’t follow God’s commands. For purposes of medical research, we experiment on innocent animals, causing them to undergo intolerable suffering and death, against their will and without their permission, for our own selfish reasons.

Animal rights advocates work toward the legislation and enforcement of laws that guarantee animal rights and protect them against all forms of abuse. There have been many successes as in the laws relating to animal abuse and in the illegal hunting especially of endangered species.

There used to hordes of large and small animals roaming the plains, but indiscriminate killings have reduced their numbers. Because of man’s ignorance and abuse, many animal species are now extinct. Here in our world, God has made us the masters, superior to all other beings, but we are supposed to love and care for all His creatures. Instead, we inflict all kinds of harm on animals in direct disregard of our avowed duty.

Incredible but true. Since the very beginning, animals have worked hand in hand with men. Most of us are not aware that ants help us a lot in different ways. The plants that provide food for us might not have survived if not for ants that helped to cultivate the soil they grow on. Bees also produce honey. Goats and cows give us milk and cheese. Many plant varieties owe much to birds for helping them to grow and propagate. While dogs and cats entertain and amuse us. Many species of dogs aid in police work, guide dogs assist the blind, the sick and elderly.

In appreciation, many are now actively involved in various animal care and animal rights programs.

Come everyone and give your share to this worthy endeavour.

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