Petition to Ban Animals for Entertainment

Petition to Ban Animals for Entertainment

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ANIMAL RIGHTS. Using animals for entertainment can give satisfaction to us. But without thinking of it, how about the animals that’s been caged there for a long time just for us to enjoy them? We go to the zoo, parks, aquariums, but are they happy? Did you observe in the zoo that most of them are dying? It’s because they are depressed and their surrounding and environment there. We do know that all animals have their own habitats and some are in the forests, in the ocean and just like birds that are supposed to fly freely in the sky, but then they are used for entertainment and caged in bars. It is sickening that we just see them dying and do nothing. Animals too also deserve to live, they also have their own rights just like us humans. 

It’s not a mistake to have animals for entertainment because it can also be a source of education for the students but in order to save the endangered, dying, starving animals, it should be our responsibility to take care of them. We should learn how to take care of them. We should know their daily needs. We should not abandon them. Treat them as if they are your pets. It should be our responsibility to avoid them going extinct. Because we humans use our minds, we have logic, we have senses, we have the ability to think, decide and be rational. 

It is understandable that we can learn from them. We can gather more information if we see them with our eyes. It is understandable that it can amuse us especially the kids. It’s purpose is also for education. But at the same time, we are teaching the children how badly they treat the animals and wait for them to die inside their cage. So as soon as possible, the organization as well as the people should minimize the work of those who uses animals for entertainment. To give every animals their rights to LIVE and RIGHTS to be FREE

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