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www.thoughtco.com/top-animal-rights-issues-127632

Here is a list of the top animal rights issues being discussed, based on the effects on animals and the numbers of animals and people involved. It's all due to the human population, which is over 7.5 billion people and growing.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_rights

For some the basis of animal rights is in religion or animal worship (or in general nature worship), with some religions banning killing of any animal; One of the most important sanctions of the Jain, Hindu and Buddhist faiths is the concept of ahimsa, or refraining from the destruction of life. According to Buddhist belief, humans do not ...

www.bbc.co.uk/ethics/animals/rights/rights_1.shtml

Animals aren't 'moral' Some of the arguments against animal rights centre on whether animals behave morally. Rights are unique to human beings. rights only have meaning within a moral community ...

www.thoughtco.com/why-should-animals-have-rights-127603

The animal welfare view, which is distinguishable from the animal rights view, is that humans can use and exploit animals as long as the animals are treated humanely and the use is not too frivolous.To animal rights activists, the main problem with this view is that humans do not have the right to use and exploit animals, no matter how well the animals are treated.

www.peta.org/about-peta/faq/what-do-you-mean-by-animal-rights

Animal rights means that animals deserve certain kinds of consideration—consideration of what is in their best interests, regardless of whether they are “cute,” useful to humans, or an endangered species and regardless of whether any human cares about them at all.

www.vrg.org/nutshell/animalrights.htm

Animal rights beliefs reject the idea that animals need to have a value to the human species in order to be deserving of rights. A person can work for both animal welfare and animal rights. How is Animal Rights Related to Human Rights? Since the beginning of recorded history, humans have tried to maintain their dominance over others.

speakingofresearch.com/extremism-undone/animal-rights...

There are tens of thousands of animal rights activists and organizations around the world, though relatively few are major players. This page aims to identify some of the more influential or extreme groups active in the US and UK, providing links to longer articles we have written about them. While some of these groups/individuals may…

www.quora.com/What-are-some-examples-of-animal-rights

IF you are going to slaughter your chickens. They should never be penned up in factory farms, one of the great abominations of capitalism. (2 dogs, cats. They should go to people who will always take care of them. Human responsibility for treating companion animals with affection, kindness and care, is part of “animal rights.” (3 Wild animals.

think-differently-about-sheep.com/Animal_Rights_What_Are_Animal...

Some animal rights activists consider the owning of pets as a form of animal abuse and believe that humans do not have the right to own or consider animals as property. Ideally many animal rights advocates would like to see the abandonment of keeping animals as pets.

friendsofanimals.org/program/what-is-meant-by-animal-rights

What is meant by animal rights? Every conscious being has interests that should be respected. No being who is conscious of being alive should be devalued to thinghood, dominated, used as a resource or a commodity. The crux of the idea known as animal rights is a movement to extend moral consideration to all conscious beings.