Animal Rights

Animal rights are moral and legitimate privileges that non-human animals are expected to enjoy, depending on their levels of reasoning, emotions and the social lives they lead. The rights outline that all non-human animals are entitled to minimal standards of care that include; proper treatment, feeding, being protected from research experiments, mistreatment, public exhibition and to be exploited for commercial use. These rights are prescribed as per the law in 1966, of Animal Welfare Act.

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It is because, all of them are results of a life. Therefore, they all know they exist, they have comparable biological intricacy, they can make choices, they have things they like and hate and plan their lives. All these attributes make them alive, a universal aspect they share, which makes both their lives valuable and essential to the environment they inhabit.

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