The debate "Killing animals to eat is really inhumane" was started by
February 24, 2018, 10:01 pm.
By the way, FlabberyGhaster is disagreeing with this statement.
12 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 39 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
killer posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Thabo21, Aiyana and 10 visitors agree.
FlabberyGhaster, jivanl, DrMrDaniel, Yiyi, sabrina, chasediedrich1, NPW, Ashes, chemikilsm0ke, Nemiroff, Kanwal, serinahannah, killer, JDAWG9693, Walter, lukeluckynuke123, hollieg and 22 visitors disagree.
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So we should all stop eating?
I disagree. for one we naturally eat animals. it is in our very nature which makes it human. secondly it's our main source of protein.
animals shouldnt be exploited. Animals should be killed only after injecting anaesthesia.
I do agree that animals like cows or pigs wont last long once they've been realesed into the wild but they dont enjoy the inhumane farm lives either.
Conditions in poultries and farms are worse for animals. Animals are beaten and tortured by farm workers. Young ones are frequently snatched from their mothers and are left to die.
People look animals as a source of meat instead of animals. I think animals should only be killed after they reach a certain age, after they have left their mothers.... i.e. When they actually become old.
In my country, Colombia , the farm situations are worse. Cant say about my neighbours. Correct me if im wrong cause i'm just a ordinary boy.
I don't completely disagree but my issue comes in the next step... what will happen to those animals once we stop eating them? release into the wild?
how well are wild animals (noninsects) faring? dwindling on extinction, suffering massive habitat lose, it's not a pretty picture. and those are wild animals that are still adapted to survival. You put a plump pig or cow, evolved to be a fat, slow, juicy, walking dinner into the wild and they probably won't last long.
I believe as long as we promote humane living and dying conditions in our farms, domesticated animals will have it far better then their wild counterparts who are the ones we should be really concerned about imo.
Sure, if they are killing rats and skunks to eat them.