(ANIMAL RIGHTS) Between the overwhelmingly positive response Blackfish has received, the rising popularity of farm animal rights, and the growing force of animal activists all over the world, there seems to be a brighter future in store for modern-day animals. At the link below, New York Times’ Nicholas D. Kristof paints an optimistic picture—change is coming, albeit slowly. He writes, “We disagree about where to draw the line to protect animal rights, but almost everyone now agrees that there is a line to be drawn.” Read the following article for more on Kristof’s interesting argument to understand that as long as there are people who care about animals, increasing acceptance of animal rights is inevitable. — Global Animal
 More and more animal rights supporters are turning out every day; presenting a a great future for our furry friends. Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo Credit: Phil Letten
More and more animal rights supporters are turning out every day; presenting a a great future for our furry friends. Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo Credit: Phil Letten

The New York Times, Nicholas D. Kristof

Read The New York Times article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/28/opinion/sunday/can-we-see-our-hypocrisy-to-animals.html?ref=opinion&_r=1&

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