A Growing Number of People Feel that People Should Not Exploit Animals and That They Should Have the Same Rights as Humans, While Others Argue that Humans Must Employ Animals to Satisfy Their Various Needs, Including Uses for Food and Research. Discuss Both Views and Give Your Opinion.
Recently many surveys have been conducted to see if people support the exploitation of animals. From the survey, it was found that many people have started supporting the idea of protecting animals. More and more people are becoming against the exploitation of animals. Although some people still support the thought of using animals for human benefit, some are fighting for animal rights. I am a strong advocate of supporting animal rights.
Animals have a life too. They also have the right to live peacefully. When we have the option of eating plants, then why should we kill animals? To satisfy our hunger, we should not kill animals. When we draw milk from cows, goats and other animals, we forget that these animals have their own children who need milk. Before drawing milk, one should think if he would ever allow someone to draw milk from his mother. Before letting the animals carry huge luggage, we should think if we can carry that much. Animals are also living to be.
Many think that we should use the animal for our use. Vitamin B12 can only be found in animal-based products. A deficiency of vitamin B12 leads to anaemia, and one can die from it. There are animals to carry heavy luggage, and they have that capacity. However, as humans, we have no such capability. Moreover, when people use animals to carry luggage, they also feed them and take care of them. So, People believe that when they are taking care of them, then they have the right to use animals.
In my opinion, we should let animals live their lives peacefully. We as humans can live our life happily even without exploiting animals. To date, many new pieces of research are happening, and now many vegan products are there for vitamin B12. Hence, we should stop the exploitation of animals.
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