Today in Biology, my teacher decided to feed her two snakes. I don’t see this as a problem. But then she told everyone how she feed them.
She puts the rats in a garbage bag and then slams them against a hard surface to stun them, then she puts them in the feeding cage while the rats were dazed and the snake attacked them, ect.
Well when she started the feeding process, I broke into tears even though I have a phobia of rats.
After the whole thing was over with, I was still crying, my teacher pretty much yelled at me in front of everyone. She told me that the circle of life caused it, ect.
Everyone called me a drama queen and I got made fun of all day. I don’t really care about that, but I still don’t think the whole feeding process is fair to the rats.
How was it a negative comment, I’m pointing out that it could have been worse. Perhaps you missed me saying that it was handled very poorly and also that you doesn’t know for sure if the “better” ways are actually better. It’s not right the teacher did it in front of student and made fun of her… As I pointed that out… which is technically support and told you that you could report the teacher for allowing the class to harass and that the teacher yelled at you.
Read people comment’s fully without jumping to conclusions please. Seems a lot of people here do that. Here to see what PeTA2 is about and was hoping to prove my views on it wrong, so far most has been proven right.
I pointed out that if “frozen” like someone pointed out for how they feed them.. you don’t know how they died and that it may have been more cruelly killed, I pointed out if not stunned the snake could have been hurt. I never said which way is better/humane.. I pointed out that either way, snakes eat rodents, no matter in which way its fed to them.. I would appreciate words not being stuck in my moth, so to speak.