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Brooke
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Reading about the cruelty that slaughtered animals endure always tears my whole heart apart.
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KarmA1966
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A Tisbear
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How the author got into the field + a description using relatable examples, so far.
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Renee M
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Reminds me s bit of Malcolm Gladwell's style if presenting information.
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Brooke
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I'm terrible at reading two books at a time but ugh c'mon this doesn't even compare to the greatness of Bugliosi's Helter Skelter!
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Holden Pumphrey
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Interesting take on cockfighting. Pretty shocked Hal didn't have a lot to say about zoos and circuses like Sea World.
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Renee M
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Very easy reading and very interesting. Just finished the chapter on the rise and fall of popularity in breeds.
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Renee M
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This is so interesting. I just love reading about why people do what they do.
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Holden Pumphrey
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Fun facts galore. Not super thrilled with his thoughts on animal shelters.
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Kayla
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Renee M
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Interesting and easy to read. It already had my chucking over some of the reactions we have to certain elements of the animal kingdom.
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Brooke
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Brooke
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Alicia Joy
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Ch. 10. Sea turtles and animla sanctuaries in the mountains. There is no right and there is no wrong when it comes to animals. Mostly epilogue, stories. Not a lot of substance.
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Alicia Joy
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Ch. 9 We have inconsistent morals about animals, but if we take one extreme or the other, it is not rational. Picking fleas off your dog? No leather baseballs? Respect animals because they are equal or because all life is valuable. Animals rights groups can conduct terrorist acts. Cognitive dissonance helps us cope.
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Alicia Joy
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CH. 8 Story about boiling animals, going up phylogenic scale. Moral dilemma, but worth it for knowledge? Some animal research not helpful. Many mice die just because they are not needed. Pets vs. pests. Research mice strains are not legally considered animals in the US. McGill pain study.
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Alicia Joy
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CH. 7 People fo vegan but sometimes get sick or feel sick and need to continue to eat meat. May be morally opposed but we still engage because we like it. Very few people are actually vegatarian. Eating disorders associated with vegetarianism.
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Alicia Joy
Alicia Joy is on page 175 of 326
Ch. 7 Cockfighting vs mass produced chickens for meat. Cocks have the urge to fight naturally as part of reproduction, are pampered for their two year life eating better food than humans and getting exercise. Food chickens live in unbearbale lives, packed together like sardines eating crap food and living with painful deformities and ammonia air.
Jun 13, 2015 08:36AM 1 comment
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Alicia Joy
Alicia Joy is on page 149 of 326
Ch. 6 Sex differences in our feelings about animals. Women more drawn to cute animals than men. Men more likely to be violent with animals, women more likely to hoard and be animal rights activists. Ultimately pretty much the same though.
Jun 12, 2015 12:46PM 1 comment
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Alicia Joy
Alicia Joy is on page 129 of 326
Breed popularity depends of random shift hypothesis - some things catch on, and some things don't. Breeding for particular traits and purebreeds have created suffering for some dogs.
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Alicia Joy
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Ch. 4a. How did we come to have such a wide range of dog species? Closest ancestor is a Grey wolf. Wolf-into-puppy theory, but impossible to tame a wolf. Fox study, bred for less fear of humans, developed dog traits - wider faces, floppy ears, wagging tails. Able to understand human gestures, exhibit attachment behavior. Wolves cannot.
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