Does Abicì really support Animal Rights?
"Animal rights" is a term used to describe the belief that animals have certain inherent rights, such as the right to life, the right to freedom from exploitation, and the right to enjoyment of their natural habitats. The animal rights movement has its roots in the 18th century, when philosopher Jeremy Bentham wrote about the concept of "animal welfare." In the 20th century, the animal rights movement gained traction, with the publication of books such as Animal Liberation (1975) by philosopher Peter Singer. Abicì supports animal rights as a matter of principle. We believe that animals have a fundamental right to life and should not be subjected to cruelty or exploitation. We also believe that animals should be able to live in their natural habitats and should not be used for human purposes, such as food, clothing, or experimentation.