But whats the reason why he says dogs are wonderful

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every person in our country would never fathom eating dogs, a man’s best friend! But what’s the reason why? He says: Dogs are wonderful, and in many ways unique. But they are remarkably unremarkable in their intellectual and experiential capacities. Pigs are every bit as intelligent and feeling, by any sensible definition of the words. They can’t hop into the back of a Volvo, but they can fetch, run and play, be mischievous, and reciprocate affection. So why don’t they get to curl up by the fire? Why can’t they at least be spared being tossed on the fire?” (25) This quote really makes the reader stop and think. If I eat cows, pigs, chickens, etc., why wouldn’t I eat a dog? Of course, it is normal to eat dogs in plenty of other countries but why not in America? In conclusion, both the creators of Food, Inc. and Jonathon Safran Foer use many different rhetorical strategies to persuade or make the audience think about one thing; how is my food made? Food, Inc. uses real and extremely graphic videos and interviews to persuade the audience not to purchase foods made from these factory farms and to instead buy organic products, shop at farmer’s markets, or even grow their own little vegetable garden. Eating Animals uses a kind and relatable tone throughout the story and
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gives the readers who do eat meat a sense of understanding but also makes them think and open their eyes on the topic.
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