5 Slogans On How To Save/protect Animals?


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Animal rights, also known as animal liberation, is the idea that the most basic interests of non-human animals should be afforded the same consideration as the similar interests of human beings. Advocates approach the issue from different philosophical positions, ranging from the protectionist side of the movement, presented by philosopher Peter Singer "with a utilitarian focus on suffering and consequences, rather than on the concept of rights" to the abolitionist side, represented by law professor Gary Francione, who argues that animals need only one right: The right not to be property. Despite the different approaches, advocates broadly agree that animals should be viewed as non-human persons and members of the moral community, and should not be used as food, clothing, research subjects, or entertainment.

The idea of awarding rights to animals has the support of legal scholars such as Alan Dershowitz and Laurence Tribe of Harvard Law School. Animal rights is routinely covered in universities in philosophy or applied ethics courses, and as of spring 2010 animal law was taught in 125 law schools in the United States and Canada. Toronto lawyer Clayton Ruby argued in 2008 that the movement had reached the stage the gay rights movement was at 25 years earlier.

Critics of the idea argue that animals are unable to enter into a social contract or make moral choices, and for that reason cannot be regarded as possessors of rights, a position summed up by the philosopher Roger Scruton, who wrote in 2000 that only humans have duties and therefore only humans have rights. There has also been criticism, including from within the animal rights movement itself, of certain forms of animal rights activism, in particular the destruction of fur farms and animal laboratories by the Animal Liberation Front. A parallel argument is that there is nothing inherently wrong with using animals as resources so long there is no unnecessary suffering, a view known as the animal welfare position.

Below is list of slogans on how to save/protect animal rights:

God loved the birds and invented trees.  Man loved the birds and invented cages.  -Jacques Deval

From beasts we scorn as soulless, In forest, field and den, The cry goes up to witness The soullessness of men.
- M. Frida Hartley

The question is not, "Can they reason?" nor, "Can they talk?" but rather, "Can they suffer?"  - Jeremy Bentham

No one in the world needs a mink coat but a mink.  - Murray Banks
Cruelty is one fashion statement we can all do without.  - Rue McClanahan

Support your right to arm bears.  - Cleveland Amory.

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Zhu Yugang answered
Animal protection is everyone's responsibility.
With the Earth, sharing nature.
Wild animals are friends of human beings.
Protection of wild animals, is love humanity.
The same piece of sky, the same home.
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Amanda Wells answered
You should probably choose a specific animal group or problem and work from there. Facts and shocking statistics are very effective. But you can find a lot of concrete ideas here and you can also adapt this list of sayings about animal rights to make a good slogan.
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Anonymous answered
Well, the slogans for endangered animals is :  Animal protection is everyone's responsibility.

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