Watching the Grand National live online is going to be amazing for most of us. There are, however, animal rights groups that do not feel the same way. We have a list of pros and cons of animal rights to keep in mind when watching the race.
- The lives of animals can be saved.
- Animal deaths do not benefit humans. When an animal dies, humans do not benefit at all. Some of the ecosystems can be damaged and humans can eventually pay for it.
- Tests may be unreliable. These tests can be avoided in a period.
- It costs a lot of money to experiment with animals. Think about food, shelter, water, and care, add it up and it’s a lot.
- More Disposable money would be available.
- It has led to medical advancements for humans.
- Enhanced safety for the products we use.
- There aren’t really any other options.
- Some animals are almost carbon copies of humans.
- It has a different group of legalities.
- Many items that are tested are never even used.
- Animal experimentation can be extremely expensive.
- Allows safety tests. This means that it is immoral to test certain drugs on animals as well, but they are often done every day.
- Reduced Risks for Humans. Every test that is done on animals can cost animals their lives but can save humans.
- Poses a problem with food consumption. Animals do provide protein, vitamins, and minerals that you cannot find anywhere else.
- Cruel and inhumane treatment. This one is self-explanatory.
- Animals are poor test subjects.
- If you succeed in animal testing, it doesn’t equate to human safety.
- Can cause misleading research.
- Less expensive alternatives to animal testing.