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What Is the Difference between Animal Right & Animal Welfare?

ANSWER:
Essentially, the goal of "animal rights" groups is to eliminate all domestic animal ownership and use. This Means ALL ownership, including service animals, therapy pets or any other uses. The reason that AR is behind spay and neuter legislation is that it is a sure way to eliminate all hobby breeders (as they are attempting to do now). Then it will only be a short time before they will begin to legislate the commercial breeders and puppy mills out of existence. The result of this will be that the only thing left will be feral dogs (which is what they want, since we are supposed to admire animals from a respectful distance). 

Animal Welfare groups are much different. Animal welfare is concerned with the actual care and health of ALL  animals domestic and wild. Animal welfare advocates want better food and housing and care for all domestic animals and the best treatment possible for wild animals in and out of captivity. 

Interestingly, the HSUS, which by the way is one of the most radical Animal Rights groups in the world today, is starting to call itself an "animal welfare" group. WELL, Don't believe it.


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