The case against pets: why keeping a pet is fundamentally unethical | Curio

The case against pets: why keeping a pet is fundamentally unethical

21 mins | May 28, 2017

Gary L Francione, professor of law at Rutgers University, and Anna E Charlton and adjunct professor of law at Rutgers University writing in Aeon Magazine, tells us why keeping a pet is fundamentally unethical. True animal rights would mean a morally just world which has no pets, no aquaria, no zoos. No fields of sheep, no barns of cows.

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From Aeon