SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL NEEDS

by Jan 20, 2020ANIMAL RIGHTS

SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL NEEDS

by Jan 20, 2020ANIMAL RIGHTS

2) SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL NEEDS.
This second category concerns the summary of all factors involved when it comes to the social-emotional needs of domesticated animals.

22 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS

2. SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL NEEDS

2.1 The right to feel included in community
This is the right to feel included within his or her own community.  It concerns group size, mutual recognition, natural order and space for exemplary functions by older animals.

2.2 The right to telepathic contact
The right to a living situation that does not compromise or interfere with telepathic contact between animals

2.3 The right to physically feed and nurture offspring

2.4 The right to specific mourning processing
This includes the right to specific mourning processing, in the event of loss of offspring, partner and peers, and the removal of offspring.

2.5 The right to enjoy from playing pleasure
This is self-pleasure in relation to oneself and peers, experienced through sensory stimulation, and to make fine sensory perceptions.

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22 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS

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ANIMAL RIGHTS:

1) PRIMARY LIVING CONDITIONS
2) SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL NEEDS
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3) HEALTH PRESERVATION
4) NATURAL REPRODUCTION
5) IDENTITY AND DIGNITY
6) EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT
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