Do animals have rights?
I mean, we are animals. Mammals.
It all depends on sentience and the ideal of survival of the fittest. While no armor or guns, we may be weak to something like a lion, we have the intelligence to create and adapt beyond any other species on Earth.
In essence of legality, there needs to be an extent of rights. No abuse, no cruelty, that kind of stuff. But as natural omnivores, eating meat is ethical and if it was illegal around the world, A LOT of people would starve.
I don't believe we should allow chickens to vote in the presidential election, and while I do believe in eating them, they should have a painless death.
The rights they have are the ones we give them
They have the rights given to them.
Same for us.
No more no less.
They have the right to be eaten by us. Top of the food chain privileges.
Of course but we should kill them quickly and humanly also we should enforce rules about meat strictly I would support a policy that says that meat and other animal products must have an interactive environment.
Hmm, I guess I'm okay with that stuff as long as it makes them tastier to eat.
(I'm being funny of course 😄)