Running for your life, but yet knowing deep inside you that you’re going to be ripped limb from limb. The last thing you hear is your screams for help and the sound of cheering by a group of humans. The last thing you see is your killer’s face covered in your blood. Some people call this morally wrong act of cruelty a ‘sport’. It is turning into a more common ‘sport’ around the country and it needs to stopâ€¦not for the distant future, but NOW! Reports and tests show that 96. 9% of animals hunted and then killed by dogs die a slow painful death due to their atrocious injuries.Order now
The other 3. 1% of animals killed by dogs die from exhaustion and die more quickly from its injuries. Either way the hunted animal dies from the effects of being hunted. Surely this has to stop? “Why” do you say? Well ‘why’ do hunting packs only hunt foxes, deer’s, hares and minks? I’ll tell you why, its because these animals don’t defend themselves against the hounds. They aren’t strong enough to attack back. They just run, run as far as they can go, until the hounds catch up and kill them. Easy targets. More animals hunted in one go.
Quick and ‘effective’ games. If this isn’t cruelty to animals, then I don’t know and can’t see, what is! RSPCA, CPHA and LACS are the most highly praised organisations that try to prevent these hunting games from carrying on. They try to their highest ability to try and ban hunting with dogs, but sadly the government and the House of Lords are too strong and believe this morally wrong blood sport is perfectly ‘normal’. They say the sport can go ahead because it keeps control over the numbers of Foxes, Deer’s, Hares and Minks.
However, studies show that the number of those animals doesn’t need controlling and could decrease at alarming rates in the near future. If they thought this sport helps keep control and that it’s the only way, well they’re wrong! Scientists show that the only rightful way to keep control over the numbers of animals is not to hunt them with dogs but to shoot them with a type of tranquilliser which would cause the animal to die a quiet, non painful death. This is kind to the animal without the outrage of a bloodthirsty dog ripping them limb from limb.
Are the government and the House of Lords being stubborn? Scared to face up to the situation and the blood sports team members? Among the supporters of hunting there is a fear that if it is banned there will be a severe shortage of jobs in rural areas. However I feel that this argument does not stand up in today’s modern world with its very low overall unemployment rates. In addition to this the rapid increase in opportunities for working at home coupled with the advances in computer technology and the associated training courses available make it easier to replace any lost jobs.
Hunting is natural. Humans have been hunting since the moment we were created, so why stop now? ” says Mr Robert Burns, a farmer from Somerset. Everybody aggress initially we were barbaric in nature but surely we’re suppose to have progressively become more civilised. Or have we? Picture the scene: You’re looking for food for your loved one and your 4 children. You hear a noise, which you’ve heard before, but you carry on hunting for food for your family. Then suddenly out of the bushes jump 15 hounds, thirsty for blood, your blood. You run until you can run no more; you collapse.
Fighting for your breath, you try to get up but before you know it you’re being ripped apart. You’re dead. Your body is covered in blood and taken away by a human on a horse. Your skin to make clothes. Your flesh to be eaten by your killers. Your bones crushed to mark various items. Your family is left to starve. Your family is dead. But worse the, perpetrators revel in it. The question we need to ask is, who are the real animals, the Foxes, Deer’s, Hares and Minks, or US? Let us make positive steps to change this situation by getting the law changed to ban hunting with dogs.