Insight inTo The Animal Rights
Humane Society attempts to prevent cruelty, abuse, neglect, and exploitation
of animals and children. They focus on the chain of abuse that often
begins with animals and culminates into violence against humans.
Research indicates that substantial animal abuse in childhood is a potential
indicator of dysfunctional family relationships and future aggressive behavior
towards humans. The American Humane Society emphasizes educating
children about the ethical treatment of animals in an effort to end a life
of violence before it begins. The Children's Division of the American
Humane Society may be of interest to parents and teachers. This site
also offers insightful tips to protect your pet against violence.
Rights Resource Site is your window into the Animal Rights Movement.
A search engine available at this site allows you to do a key word search,
this is convenient given the vast amount of information on this page. Recent
and archived news stories which chronicle the animal rights movement in
America and around the world. In order to provide a sound understanding
of the animal rights movement the opinions of supporters as well as opponents
of the animal rights movement are provided. One particular area of
interest in this site is the opportunity to chat on-line with Koko the
"good" gorrilla from the movie CONGO. This site will also provide
links to other animal rights web sites and vegetarian web sites.
Animals is a personal web page with links concerning animal related
ethics. Animal research, animal welfare, animal rights, environmentalism,
hunting, and vegetarianism are addressed. I strongly recommend this
site because the links provided for any given issue were selected in such
a way that all sides of that issue are represented. The result, a
more comprehensive understanding of the issue at hand. This site
is an ideal resource for someone preparing for a debate or persuasive speech
on an animal rights issue. Some
areas of interest on this site include, links to Eco-Net where animal rights
headlines from around the world are available. A link to Park Net
is also available. This provides information about events up comming
events in national parks around the country. Information about air
quality, plants, animals, geology, and water in national parks is abundent.
Health, well-being, and Rights web site is a comprehensive and informative
source of information. This page is divided into four sections.
The first section includes links to general sites which focus on all types
of animals. The second contains links which focus on specific animals
ranging from bats to wolves. In the third section contains miscellaneous
documents and images, while the forth provides sources of information about
related subjects such as livestock and veterinary medicine.
provides a wealth of information online. Clicking on this hyper link
will bring you to a keyword search index. Through this venue magazine
articles, fact sheets, videos, photos, and other resources can be obtained.
Reports and updates from PETA's caseworkers, lists of cruelty free companies,
charities, and recipes are also available. Information about actions
you can take to help animals abounds on this web site too.
where hunters pay a fee to stalk and kill captive animals are addressed
in an article by Richard Farinato, Director of Captive Wildlife for the
Humane Society. This type of operation always results in a helpless
animal falling victim to some depraved person's immoral and unethical idea
of a fun time. This article addresses the importance legislation
to ban "leisure time butchery". Without this legislation canned hunts
will continue to "perpetuate the abuse of animals in order to satisfy the
egos of 'hunters' that do not possess the dignity of the trophies they
Facts is an anti hunting article written by Merritt Clifton editor
of ANIMAL PEOPLE. This article examines the hunting anomaly, by addressing
a number of key issues. The necessity of hunting, safety of hunting,
and effect of hunting on children, families and the environment are examined.
Although many in favor of hunting would like to dismiss the facts presented
in this article, they are facts none the less; the real impact of hunting
on our society and environment can not be ignored.