This.And they want to stop hunting dogs too. That's just crazy because my dogs love it. He would go all year of the game warden let him.
Since you volunteered that question mark there, I’ll take the opportunity to answer the question that probably really wasn’t meant as one.I do own this thread?
nope.I do own this thread?
Cheyenne is one of the very oldest rodeos in US history. I'm not sure how much reserarch beyond 'fun' you did but it generates a great deal of tourism, employs a lot of people, generates a great deal of revenue for the exhibitors and is sanctioned by the PRCA and subject to all PRCA rules, just like any other professional rodeo.I have researched a bit about this rodeo but it’s not always a bad thing at this rodeo honestly it seems fun to go to
How do you know that no horses are injured at home or in training? Additionally, if nobody cares, would you like to address the rules for for both wagon racing and rodeo events or are you just regurgitating the message of a special interest group?Recognizing the immense cruelty towards the animals at rodeos is nothing new. The first complaints and protests were started in the 1870s - 150 years ago. So obviously no one cares much and the laws are not changing anywhere. Every year at the Calgary Stampede there are horse deaths from the Chuck Wagon Races. The death total from 1986 to 2019 is102 horses. It is a clear example of the drivers not caring about anything but winning because the horses are not dying during all the training runs the teams are doing at home or during the warm up to the races. And of course there are always calves dying because of shattered spines during the roping contests - either instantly or having to be killed. Just as disgusting as the Roman circuses.
If I were going to mind somebody else's business, I would express my dismay at the pelt industry but I don't think it's trendy to discuss the negatives of that particular industry anymore.He is regurgitating. I was going to rebut item by item, but typing with one hand.....not worth it. WR took care of it.
Goodness, somebody needs to get over themselves a bit. Does it make you feel like a big person to attack other people??You are passing lies. I proved it and you admitted it by blaming it on others. Why do you come to a blog that is based in great part on people working with animals and spat out this nonsense if your intent is not to get people to read and respond? Play mean games, win mean prizes.
Now if you will excuse me, I have a big person's job and big person's responsibilities. As fun as it has been to slap down your stupid and baseless arguments, I must attend to real life. I suggest you do the same. It will help you to grow up and mature.
That is one of the worst. I abhor animal cruelty, and just from my own admittedly anthropomorphistic perspective, I think the worst form of animal abuse is to raise something in a cage.If I were going to mind somebody else's business, I would express my dismay at the pelt industry but I don't think it's trendy to discuss the negatives of that particular industry anymore.
That and a chain on a dog. If you have to chain a dog then give it away to someone who will care and love it.That is one of the worst. I abhor animal cruelty, and just from my own admittedly anthropomorphistic perspective, I think the worst form of animal abuse is to raise something in a cage.
A hamster or gerbil in a fish tank? Whatever. That’s like having a mansion to them. Raising a two-foot long mammal in a couple-square-foot cage, though, seems horrific to me.
For my own likely unpopular peeve: rabbit husbandry. The way most folks do it just seems incredibly cruel to me. Even a more painful death would be preferable to a life in a jail cell leading to a humane death.
You can add those who abandon pets to that list too. There are so many available resources for unwanted pets that I find it unacceptable to drop them off at the end of a gravel road with the belief that someone will find them and give them a home before they starve or coyotes kill them.