Browse Day: December 4, 2019

Hunting: tips for safe trekking

HOW  TO DO PRESERVE WILDLIFE

Whether or not you invest in a conservation and wildlife association, you can reduce your impact on wild animals in your daily life and help save them. What you can do: The most obvious of course, do not throw garbage in nature, cigarette butts included. It seems so primordial and obvious that I almost did not mention it but when I see all the garbage that is on the roadside, 토토사이트  I tell myself that there are still too many people who find it normal.

“It is up to us all to make sure that our society remains a company of which we are proud,” When we look at how our society treats animals, there is nothing to be particularly proud of. One thinks of some particularly cruel hunting practices, such as hunting or hunting, some shows such as bullfighting, vivisection, cutting live animals in the fur industry or some industrial farming practices, the treatment of animals in our society is not worthy of the qualities of living and sensitive beings that are generally recognized by them 1 .

Hunting: tips for safe trekking

Aware of this reality, 

Civil society is caught between two fires:  토토사이트 on the one hand, empathy towards animals leads to claiming more protection and recognition for them; on the other hand, the consumption of mass and, above all, the purse of the housewife make our way of treating animals a fatality which everyone avoids carefully to face. This dilemma is reflected in the political debate. Many of our representatives call for a better consideration of the animal while recalling that whatever improvements are made, all must preserve the exploitation and the animal uses. Animals are living beings endowed .2 Any reference to an animal in the qualification of the property was also cleared. This modification has thus put an end to the traditional reification of the animal within our Civil Code, classifying it henceforth among the living and sensitive beings and attaching to the animal a status identical to that which was already recognized to him in the Rural Code.