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Hey, so I was wondering what my life would be like without any animal existence and well, I couldn’t really think of anything because all of our lives have started out with them. Without them what would we have become? I mean we consider them as protection, comfort, friends, family, soul mates, etc. so what would we do without them? Well I will tell you this much if people keep treating them the way they do then pretty soon we will find out what a life without animals is really like. For most people it will be like living in hell. And for the other part, for the people who can careless what happens to them, then their dreams will come true.
I’d say about 96% of the human population cares and relies on the whole animal companion relationship. I mean how many people can you tell your deepest darkest secrets to? How many people can you actually trust with those secrets? Well, if some people don’t clean up their act then the animal population will diminish, leaving us with only the human population. That means only the greedy, snobby portions of us will shine through. All of the land animals will die out because of all the human pollution that we are creating. The whole underwater species will eventually be wiped out because of all of our pollution and oil spills.
In decades to come I hypothesize that the animal species will have completely become destroyed. We have had animals as far back as the stone ages. That’s pretty far back if you actually think about it. Even then they needed animals to live, for protection, and pretty much everything we use them for now. So what will we do when that happens?
Are we just going to sit there and let the animals be demolished because of our stupid selfish actions? Well if you answered “no” to that question then stand up for what you really believe in and do something to fight against it. We need all the help we can get. There are some people who really care about whether we have...