Talk about Animal Rights. How to protect non-human animals from being used or regarded as property by humans? Discuss ethical aspects of animal liberation activism.
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In response to the thread's topic, I think that mean people are likely to have animals as pets. I think that pets are somehow a reflection of a person's identity or character. Usually pitbull owners, although not all of course, are people who like streetfights and are very violent by nature just like their dogs. In truth pitbulls are not really beautiful dogs rather they are very tough and have the inclination to fight with other dogs.
To say that the typical pitbull owner is one who likes street fights and is very violent by nature just like the breed is obnoxious. Perhaps people with an inclination to street fight or who have tendencies towards violence may choose to own pitbulls because they feel it makes them appear tougher or serves as a representation of their masculinity due to the muscular, strong appearance of pitbulls but not all pitbull owners are like that. It is like the saying “all elephants are gray but not everything that is gray is an elephant”. Pitbulls are beautiful dogs; they may appear to be tough and vicious but are really gentle and sweet natured dogs. Certain people exploit them by forcing them to fight other dogs and teaching them to be aggressive but those behaviours are learned, not inherent. If you had any personal experience with pitbulls or did any research on them you would know this to be the case.
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