Αll ‘subjects of a life’ have a basic moral right to be treated with respect. Animals are worthy of the protection and security afforded by a set of politically enforced rights. Animals should no longer be regarded as property, or used as food, clothing, research subjects, or entertainment, but should instead be regarded as legal persons and members of the moral community.
(Taylor, Angus. Animals and Ethics:An Overview of the Philosophical Debate,Broadview Press,May 2003)
The world is a better place if animals do not suffer unnecessarily
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