Filling the Ark Animal Welfare in Disaster
by Leslie Irvine

Pages: 177
Publisher: --
Edition: 1st., 2009
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1592138340


When a disaster strikes, who should enter the ark? It is widely understood that human lives have priority. But
our lives are intertwined with those of billions of nonhuman animals. Is there a place in the ark for them? If so, which
animals should we save? We have the closest relationships withthose who are companions, or “pets.”
The ark will have to accommodate the dogs, cats, primates, rabbits, mice, rats, and guinea pigs used in research. Many zoos in the United States saw record attendance in recent years. Because people enjoy lookingat animals, the ark will have to house countless species from all over the world. The ark is becoming crowded, and we have barely
scratched the surface of our connections with animals.

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