Some people do think that animals can feel emotions and some do not. They may act like they do feel happiness, but are they able to feel it? This question will be studied to be able to see more clearly.
Many societies, especially western societies, worry more and more about animals’ rights. Animals have the right to live free from harm in many countries in Canada, but can they tell the difference? In order words, do animals have the capacity to be happy? It is important to consider if farm animals, wild animals and domestic animals can be happy and how.
The world is riddled with problems such as climate change, pollution, poverty, wars, and etc. These problems are currently unresolved and will most likely stay as is for longer periods of time. Although that is case, here are few examples of problems which can be addressed at a shorter period of time, and will help lessen the burden of the aforementioned problems.
As a volunteer, I worked with Engage animals. They are an organization that aims to teach the youth about animal rights. We, as a group, met with them for a couple hours discussing the ways they could improve the way they reach youth and how they could share their message more effectively. We also put up some fliers around the south shore because that is an area they have a really hard time reaching most of the people. Lastly, we were supposed to attend their workshop on Saturday, Dec 9th but unfortunately, I will not be able to attend because of work.
I did volunteering with the organization A Horse Tale Rescue that help mistreated and abandoned horses. First, I went to the open house on a Saturday and they show me the barn and present me the horses and their story. After that, I went to help them whenever I’m free for the feeding job. It is either the morning, during the lunch or at the diner that they need people. I fed the horse, gave them their special nutrient, groom them and clean the outside paddock and the inside of the barn.
On August 21st 2017, the city of Montreal sent a letter to 520 pit bull owners who did not abide by the requirements of registering their dog, telling them to get rid of their dogs within the next four weeks. This article provides readers with the awareness of Yannick Quemart’s situation. Quemart is a citizen of Montreal who has received this letter from the city of Montreal. He has considered moving away in order to keep his pit bulls with him ad his family, but he has children who are in school.