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  • The Ethical Treatment Of Animals

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    that’s designed to look like a tiger, eagle, bear, etc. However, at many universities the use of live animal mascots is taking place. While some view this as exploitation of the animals, others see the royal treatment these animals get and carry a different opinion. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) give their input with an article titled, “Live-Animal Mascots Get an ‘F’.” This organization takes a strong

  • Ethical Treatment Of Animals

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    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, also known as PETA, is the first American-based organization for animal rights that was formed in 1980 by Ingrid Newkirk and Alex Pacheco. PETA is one of the most extreme, optimistic, social groups in America that will do anything to catch the person’s eye. Although people may not know much about the PETA organization, they should know the truth about it because they don’t believe animals have rights, they lie in their advertisements, and edit undercover

  • The Ethical Treatment Of Animal Testing

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    There are many debates about whether or not animals such as mice and rats should be experimented on. The organization Psychologist for the Ethical Treatment of Animals believes in observing animals instead of experimenting on them (Meyer). Another known organization is People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). An organization that is in favor of animal experimentation is called Pro-Test and is located in the United Kingdom (UK). This organization thinks that experimenting on animals may

  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

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    Introduction PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is an American organization for animal rights. It gives voice against four major issues regarding treatment of animals such as fur farming, using animals for entertainment, factory farming, and animal testing. PETA also fights against eating animals, killing of animals, keeping chained dogs, bullfighting, and cock fighting. Even though the organization intention is good to save the life of the animal, PETA is often considered as unrealistic

  • People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals Essay

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    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is an animal rights organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, and led by Ingrid Newkirk. PETA is a nonprofit corporation, that has over 300 employees and has over 3 millions supporters and members based around the world; PETA is the largest nonprofit animal rights organization. The common slogan that it is known for is "animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way." It was established by Newkirk and Alex

  • Animal Rights And The Ethical Treatment Of Animals

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    From Erasistratus of Alexandria to Galen, who is known as the creator of experimental physiology, animals have been test subjects in experiments for more than two thousand years (Day 35). Every year in the world as many as twenty-two million animals are used for scientific or medical purposes (Day 10). A variety of animals are experimented on, including rats, mice, rabbits, dogs, cats, and primates (Day 10). Those against animal research believe the tests are pointless (Day 10). They presume

  • Animal Rights And The Ethical Treatment Of Animals

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    generally don’t bother to think about where it came from or how exactly it was made. However when it comes to it there’s a lot that goes into the food or products we consume and buy especially when it comes to the treatment of animals. The group PETA which stands for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is know as the largest animal rights group in the world. With an estimated three million members and supporters the organization believes that “ Animals are not ours to eat. Wear, experiment on,

  • Animal Rights And The Ethical Treatment Of Animals

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    the most controversial issues known in today’s society (Parks 21). Through time, animal rights have acquired several different definitions and opinions from people. Regarding their belief about the true meaning of animal rights, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), a largely recognized animal rights activist organization, states: Animal rights means that animals deserve certain kinds of consideration- consideration of what is in their best interests, regardless of whether they are cute

  • People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals (PETA)

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    One organization that stand out above the rest, for many reasons, is PETA. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world with over three million members and supporters. They focus on the four area with the most suffering animals involved, which are on factory farms, in the clothing trade,

  • Animal Rights And The Ethical Treatment Of Animals

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    smaller minority who will not even order the cheese because a cow had to produce milk to make the cheese. The subject of animal rights incites heated debates. On one end of the spectrum would be animal rights organizations like People for the Ethical treatment of Animals or PETA for short. PETA takes a stance against any use of any animal, even using silk from silk worms. According to this organization, the only tolerable use of an animal is a neutered companion pet in the backyard. On the other end