Animal Rights: An Annotated Bibliography
Mcdermott, Mattew. “Animals Have Souls and Feelings, Just Like We Do.” Animals Have Souls And Feelings, Just Like We Do. 0896-0801 35.2 (2013): 64-67. Web. 07 Nov. 2014
Mcdermott, in this article states how animals feel as living things that deserve respect. Everyone should have compassion for animals because they give us many advantages. Animals grant us benefits such as food and clothing. Around the world animals are being killed with cruelty, and the article states how that action should stop immediately. This information is very useful when writing my paper because it helps the reader realize how animals are being treated and how we should react in order to stop the massacre.
Peterson, Gregory.…show more content… Peterson gives an example of a dog, since dogs are human companions we should care more about them. He argues that everyone should at least once, think about what animals feel when they are constantly abused. In addition, he continues mentioning that animals can also be our friends and they love us unconditionally. This article gives the feedback needed to continue my research of animal rights along with the knowledge of animal consciousness and protection.
Rifkin, Jeremy 01, September. "A Change of Heart about Animals." Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times, 01 Sept. 2003. Web. 05 Nov. 2014. The main focus of this article is to persuade the human population the ability to think differently about animals. The author states that animals are more like us and we never imagine that. Animals feel pain, feel suffering, and they even get sick, just like we do. The article gives an example of the social behavior of a pig. The pig is being isolated and they notice that he is under depression. Then, Rifkin begins stating that depression happens to humans, but also to animals. I have used this article to prove my point in animal rights. This information helps me see animals in animals in another way, and this is what I intend to do with my