Bird Behaviour and Animal Rights= Human Behaviour and Human Rights

lorikeets etc in box at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne 2014
lorikeets etc in box at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne 2014
crimson rosella in rusty cages at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne
crimson rosella in rusty cages at Mornington Peninsula Bird Show Melbourne

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Hello Bird Lovers

You all know I am all about ’empathy’ and ‘justice.’

Anyone who empathises with people and animals, advocates human and animal rights.

I have not met a person who understands and empathises with human abuse who does not accept animal rights and strongly oppose animal abuse. This is common knowledge.

Most of you are aware that understanding and respecting human behaviour leads to understanding and empathising with human dignity and rights. Same applies for birds. Those who do not connect these 2 together fail in understanding or wanting to understand that learning about behaviour inevitably leads to respect and empathy.

If you cannot understand behaviour of a person, then you cannot understand behaviour of a bird/animal. And vice versa.

If you cannot ‘love’  yourself or a person, then you cannot love another.

There are endless research studies confirming that domestic violence and abusers of people are directly linked to abusers of animals. Where there is no empathy, there is no heart/ empathy in  the person.

Because in order to understand people and animals, you require empathy and respect innately.

You cannot empathise for a person’s rights and ignore animal rights, environmental rights etc. This would not be rational or logical.

Anyone who accepts animal/bird violence, abuse and neglect clearly lacks self love, empathy and self love for others, and obviously has negative motives in their pleasure of abusing people and animals/birds.

More often those motives are ‘money’ and reasons are serious mental health problems that should be addressed by a professional to help the person live a more positive and holistic life.

And then there are the psychopaths:  diminished empathy and remorse, and disinhibited or bold behavior.

You can see pictures and read all about bird abuse and ’empathy-lackers on my website below:

Paris Yvlcbf vistaes

www.letcompanionbirdsfly.com.au

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