6) EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT.
This sixth category concerns the summary of all factors involved when it comes to the evolutionary development of domesticated animals.
22 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS
6. EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT
The right to recognition of the specific and essential value of the animal
This contains the right to be present without becoming a means of production.
The right to express a natural urge to evolve, and to be able to perceive oneself in its own nature in mutual dependence on humans
This also relates to the expansion of the consciousness field due to the reflective value of animals.
© Marieke de Vrij – 22 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS
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Continue with the seven categories
of the 22 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS:
1) PRIMARY LIVING CONDITIONS
2) SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL NEEDS
3) HEALTH PRESERVATION
4) NATURAL REPRODUCTION
5) IDENTITY AND DIGNITY
6) EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT
7) ANIMAL-WORTHY END OF LIFE
To further improve the lives of animals:
See also Category ANIMALS on BLOG page.