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why do people think that it is ok to leave injured animals

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 6/29/2018 Category: Health
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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I think that it is disrespectful on what people think about injured animals. they also can be sent to a slaughter house but they are sometimes not looked after enough to be sent there by the law


if it is true that it is immoral to leave a wounded animal in the street, but for theaverege joe it is difficult to take care of an animal without knowledge of how to help it and without knowing if that animal can contain any disease.
basically, no its not okay,but i also do not know what to do so i just go on with my life
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Vote Placed by RMTheSupreme 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: The fact that Con suggested sending the animals to a slaughterhouse as a 'humane solution' just put the cherry on the cake of nonsense in this debate. Was this debate a question or an actual debatable resolution? No one will ever really know. I say that Pro proposed the question AND answered it which was a nonsensical resolution that Con wrote so in all shapes and form Con was defeated here.

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