Corey Lee Wrenn argues that what is done to an animal should be judged in the same fashion as if the same thing were done to a human.
“Animal standing” would open the courts to lawsuits brought by animals.
If killing is a “medical treatment,” how can it be denied to anyone based on age or competency?
Bioethicists never cease to entertain — if some of the dangerous views pushed by this mainstream movement can be considered “entertaining.”
A biologist and lifelong pet owner recounts personal experiences with a long-tailed macaque.