Fondation Droits Animal
The LFDA is a non-profit organization that has been established more than 30 years ago. Its purpose is to inform and protect animal rights all over the world. From its beginning the members of the organization were professionals from different fields. Starting with lawyers who have been fighting for stronger laws to protect animal rights, renowned scientists, such as doctors, veterinarians, zoologists, microbiologists and so on.
They all put together their knowledge, skills and work in the service of protecting animal life. The LFDA has organized itself into a group of studies, reflexions and multidisciplinary experiments aiming at improving the animal condition by new scientific achievements and the ethical evolutions concerning the life of the animals, and their relationships with humans.
The second issue is the killing of animals for fur and leather. Despite the huge variety of alternatives, 100 million animals are killed each year for the needs of the fur industry. Half of the animals caught by traps in the wild, and the second is grown on fur farms. It is difficult to say whose life and death are terrible. The tras are steel teeth that slam stranglehold on the leg, face or wing, shattering the bones and muscles. Often other animals fall into the traps, which hunters call “garbage”, and they either kill or throw them away and they die from blood loss. As for the fur farms, the animals there are sacrificed at approximately one year of age, by passing current through the genitals or anus, or by making a venom injection.
The problem of animal experimentation is in a constant state of debate all across Europe. Suffice it to say that the first law for the protection of experimental animals was adopted in the UK in 1878, and in Russia 100 years later (1978).
Many animal protection issues would be corrected by appropriate legislation. However, an even more effective solution to the problem of animal abuse would be the desire of every person to overcome the enormous inertial forces, and not to be involved in the murder of defenseless animals, especially in our era, unless there are all necessary conditions for it!
Every species has the right to live on Earth, and not to disappear because of humans interference.
The right of every species not to suffer or endure pain because of humans.
The right of every animal not to be killed by man without the necessity for food.
The right of every animal to an environment proper with its species necessities.
The right of every animal dependent to humans to well-being in accordance with their biological and behavior requirements.
The right of every animal wild or human-dependent to movement and interaction with other members of its own species.
Animals, especially cows, exploited to the limit of possibilities. In many ways it increases lactation, and daily receive 5 times more milk than normal in nature. Separated from the mother’, calves were placed in a tiny enclosure and kept in complete isolation.
The same applies to the pigs. They are placed in close corrals, tied with chains. Unnatural conditions create stress in pigs, from which they can die. This condition is called “swine stress syndrome.”
Meat and dairy industry is so abnormal, resulting in a monstrous, unpredictable results. Such as spongiform encephalitis, or “mad cow disease”. It was recently discovered that the reason for its occurrence is the unnatural animal nutrition. Grazing cows have turned into cannibals by adding bone meal feed and meat waste.
Killing of animals in slaughterhouses takes place with incredible ferocity. When stunning electric sensitivity is restored very quickly, and the paralysis persists for some time. Therefore, cutting tables animals fall almost alive. Birds or poultry generally are killed without anesthesia, and recovery of caviar sturgeon is traditionally held live.
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